This the tech giants tell the immigration policy of Donald Trump
Several companies, including Apple, are preparing an open letter to President Donald Trump against signed immigration policy.
All against Donald Trump and his immigration policy
Apparently, several technology giants, including Apple, are preparing an open letter for US President Donald Trump to voice his opposition to the immigration policy he signed Friday.
Flowing through the network the draft of the letter , in which special mention of the importance of immigrants in the country and how to serve the order to those immigrants with visas made.
Other companies that are in the ranks with Apple are Facebook, Google, Uber, Microsoft and Stripe, among others. These companies are working for non-technological companies to join the protest.
This is the draft of the letter against Trump
Below you can read the draft of the letter that has been earned by the average Recode :
Dear President Trump,
Since the birth of the country, America has been the land of opportunity, welcoming newcomers and giving them the opportunity to build families, careers and businesses in the United States. We are a nation strengthened by immigrants. As entrepreneurs and business leaders, our ability to grow our businesses and create jobs depends on the contributions of immigrants from all backgrounds.
We share your goal of ensuring that our immigration system meets today's security needs and keeps our country safe. However, we are concerned that its recent executive order will affect many visa holders who work hard here in the United States and contribute to the success of our country.
In a global economy, it is critical that we continue to attract the best and brightest people around the world. We welcome the changes your administration has made in recent days on how the Department of Homeland Security will implement the executive order and we are ready to help your administration identify other opportunities to ensure our employees can travel predictably and without delay Undue.
Our nation's compassion is a part of what makes it exceptional, and we are committed to helping your administration identify approaches for a thorough review without a general suspension of admissions under the United States Refugee Admission program. While safety and verification procedures can and should always be subject to continuous evaluation and improvement, a general suspension is not the right approach.
Similarly, we are eager to identify ways to help achieve its declared goal of bringing clarity to the future of the 750,000 Dreamers in this country under the protections of the DACA program.
Removing these protections prohibiting renewals would effectively end the program and eliminate the ability for these Dreamers to work and live without the fear of deportation.
The business community shares its commitment to the growth of the US economy and the expansion of job creation across the country. We hire thousands of Americans and some of the most talented people from abroad, who work together to help our companies succeed and expand our overall employment. In contemplating changes in the complex and interconnected immigration policies of the nation, whether business or employment visas, refugees or DACA, we hope that it will use us as a resource to help achieve immigration policies that support the work of companies and reflect The American values.
Trump's Immigration Policy
The policy has created Donald Trump has forbidden to enter the country Syrian refugees , has blocked the passage to citizens of Iraq, Iran, Somalia, Sudan, Libya, Syria and Yemen for 90 days, and suspended the entry of all refugees 120 days.
These measures have left lying immigrant groups literally at airports around the country , prompting protests from several technology companies, united in the chart above.
Meanwhile, Tim Cook expressed internally to its employees "is not a policy that we support." Meanwhile, he is trying to consider their legal options as a method of pressuring the administration Trump to rescind the warrant.
What do you think of Trump's measurements? Do you see sense to the letter written by the companies?