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Tim Cook co-signs a letter to the trump administration that is seeking a more consistent and reasonable immigration law

Tim Cook is shy about human rights problems, diversity, and, to some extent, immigration.

letter(via Divination) Noted that other CEO Secretary of State Kirstjen Nielsen caused "substantial anxiety for thousands of employees at the same time as disrupting the company's work" by "changing immigration policy".

The letter continually shows that there are possibilities that temporary work visa renewal may become difficult as many employees are packed in immigration procedures lasting more than 10 years.

Because of the fairness of these employees, the US government should not change the rules in the middle of the process to avoid unnecessary costs and complexity for US companies.

Unfortunately, immigrants in the US have seen some changes in the past year and are stalling the process for many people.

Inconsistent government actions and uncertainties impair economic growth and the competitiveness of the United States, causing unease for employees who observe the law. In many cases these employees have learned here and have a degree from a US university.

This letter contains changes and updates of various immigration laws that took place during the past year, necessary information, decisions on inconsistent immigration, and so on. Read the full story here.


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