Google and Facebook will require that DACA immigrants remained in the United States

Google and Facebook will require that DACA immigrants remained in the United States

Nearly two dozen large companies in the technology plan to create a coalition that will fight to illegal immigrants got a residence permit. About it reports Reuters.

Coalition for the American dream (The Coalition for the American Dream) intends to ask Congress to adopt this year a law that would allow «dreamers» to continue to work in the United States.

The document referenced by Reuters, confirmed that the list includes such giant companies like Google, Microsoft Corp, Facebook Inc, Intel Corp, Uber Technologies Inc, IBM Corp, Marriott International Inc and others.

At the moment its membership in the coalition confirmed 3 companies – Intel, Uber and Univision Communications Inc. The rest has not yet commented on their involvement.

«We are pleased to join other organizations, urging Congress to approve legislation to protect Dreamers,» said the Intel representative will moss.

Press Secretary Uber Matthew wing told about the attitude of the company to participants in the DACA: «Uber joined the coalition «the American dream» because we support dreamers. We now provide them legal support, and launched the Internet training center (Dreamer Resource Center), which can address each of our driver».

Recall, September 5, the White house has decided to suspend the program for immigrant youth DACA. The next step is expected from Congress, which must approve a new immigration policy.

After closing the program, approximately 800 companies sent congressional leaders a letter urging them to protect the dreamers. This group was headed by the Executive Director of Facebook mark Zuckerberg. Many of the companies who supported the appeal, joined the new Coalition for the American dream.

«Dreamers are part of our society, protect our country and support our economy,» said one of the coalition documents.

Google, Facebook, and other big tech companies plan to lobby for ‘Dreamers’ to stay #DACA

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