Apple joins 96 companies to formally oppose Trump's immigration policy - NewCydiaTweaks


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Monday, February 6, 2017

Apple joins 96 companies to formally oppose Trump's immigration policy

Since Trump became president of the United States no longer succeed the controversial decisions that are reacting to everyone , especially with immigration policy that prompted Donald Trump preventing the entry of immigrants from 7 countries to the United States , Casually, a country built on itself thanks to immigration. The reactions throughout the world have not been expected, and beyond that thanks to a federal judge this decision has been revoked, the mobilizations continue. Apple has joined for it with 96 other companies to formally opornerse immigration policy of the new US president.

Apple joins a large number of companies to curb Trump's immigration policy

Several giants, including Apple, Google and Microsoft, technology Sunday joined to file a legal brief that opposes temporary ban immigration President Donald Trump, arguing that "inflicts significant damage to American business." The document lodged at the Court of Appeals of the United States for the Ninth Circuit, included other firms technology companies like Facebook, Twitter and Intel , as well as technology companies such as Levi Strauss and Chobani. There are almost 100 signatures, which also include eBay, Netflix and Uber.

Big companies against policies that have always been wrong throughout history

Trump's temporary immigration ban faces critical legal obstacles. His government has a deadline to justify the executive order temporarily prohibits immigrants from seven countries of Muslim majority and the influx of refugees, after a federal judge in Seattle blocked it with a temporary restraining order on Friday . "The Order represents a significant departure from the principles of fairness and predictability that have ruled the immigration system of the United States for more than fifty years , " said the document signed by Apple, among other large companies.
What do you think about this document that big corporations have made against the immigration policy of Trump? Your opinion is important to us.

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