Trump is accused again? Amazon and other 52 technology giants jointly sued

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 Trump is accused again? Amazon and other 52 technology giants jointly sued


In June this year, trump began to tighten the immigration policy, and announced that from June 24 to the end of this year, trump suspended issuing a series of specific non immigrant work visa, including H-1B, H-2b, H-4, L-1 and specific J-1 (H-1B and L-1 are all used by technology companies). The trump administration announced that in the context of the full outbreak of the new crown disease, the move will provide employment opportunities for the unemployed affected by the epidemic.

The lawsuit was initiated mainly by the National Association of manufacturers in California. It is the largest manufacturing industry trade association in the United States, representing 14000 small and large manufacturing companies in various industrial sectors in 50 states. It is reported that a total of 52 companies including apple, Microsoft, Netflix and twitter signed the lawsuit. As a matter of fact, as early as July 21, the American Chamber of Commerce (USCC), in conjunction with the national manufacturers association, the United States Retail Federation (NRF), TechNet, the international organization for training and exchange (intrax), and other industry associations, filed a lawsuit against US Secretary of state pompeio and Acting Secretary of homeland security, Chad wolf.

The lawsuit was initiated mainly by the National Association of manufacturers in California. It is the largest manufacturing industry trade association in the United States, representing 14000 small and large manufacturing companies in various industrial sectors in 50 states. It is reported that a total of 52 companies including apple, Microsoft, Netflix and twitter signed the lawsuit.

As a matter of fact, as early as July 21, the American Chamber of Commerce (USCC), in conjunction with the national manufacturers association, the United States Retail Federation (NRF), TechNet, the international organization for training and exchange (intrax), and other industry associations, filed a lawsuit against US Secretary of state pompeio and Acting Secretary of homeland security, Chad wolf.