The FEWA Membership includes:

  • Individual Guide that is dedicated to assisting you throughout the process
  • Filing assistance for all the government forms required to certify an employer to bring in seasonal labor needed to meet peak market demand
  • Bilingual staff to help explain the program to domestic and foreign workers
  • World Wide assistance in facilitating workers arrival to the U.S.
  • Most experience in H2B history according to the US Department of Labor Statistics
  • Access to association staff counsel
  • Newsletter, legislative alerts, educational seminars
  • Constant communication in English and Spanish throughout the entire season, even after your workers arrive
  • The "members only" reference E-Guide Book
  • MemberAdvantagePro (MAP) system ensures that you know your case status at every step and assures a timely process
  • MAP gives you real time arrival and visa results in Mexico
  • Fighting for you in Washington DC - Executive Committee for H2B Workforce Coalition, Member of Essential Worker Immigration Coalition and Trade Association Advisory Council for Immigration Works.
  • Allied Affiliate Association (AAA) Member Program - Find out if you are currently a member of FEWA's AAA members and receive your 15% discount by visiting here. (Talk to your local/state association about joining FEWA FREE of charge)
  • FEWA Foundation Scholarship opportunities in English and Spanish
  • Your workers are members too!

FEWA Worker Member Benefits

  • Expedited appointment scheduling using FEWA's MemberAdvantagePro system
  • Assistance with the visa appointment process
  • FEWA Membership card used for discounts on travel and lodging in Mexico. Also used for identification purposes in the states. (Ex. At a routine traffic stop they will be able to identify who they work for.)
  • FEWA Worker Member Newsletter in Spanish and English
  • Eligibility to apply for the FEWA Scholarship for workers and their children
  • Eligibility to apply for the Worker Relief Fund
  • Bilingual staff to help with any questions or concerns throughout the year
  • Access to association staff counsel
  • Voice in Washington, DC for legislative relief to reassure return for next season
  • FEWA Foundation Scholarship opportunities in English and Spanish

FEWA Foundation

The FEWA Foundation is a separate 501(c) 3 corporation for purely charitable causes through programs.
The FEWA Foundation operates entirely on donations and grants.

The FEWA Foundation provides immigration services for low income and foreign born temporary seasonal workers in times of need.

The Native American Jump Start on Employment Program NAJSEP helps link the community of FEWA employers with the community of Native American high school graduates from Native Reservation Communities in North Dakota, South Dakota, Montana and Wyoming. In many Reservation communities unemployment is as high as 85% and willing high school graduate workers cannot find jobs.

To donate to the FEWA Foundation please click here.