Perhaps for obvious reasons, tech giants like Google, Apple, Spotify, Twitter, Microsoft and other major companies like Uber and Printset join the bill among 97 other signatories, in a legal brief against Trump's executive orders to ban immigration. 

Trump shocked the World when on January 27th he imposed a ban for immigrants from seven muslim countries - Syria, Iraq, Sudan, Libya, Somalia, Yemen and Iran- for a minimum of 90 days, from entering the United States. 

The legal brief is set to apply further pressure in the fight against Trump, the brief was filed in the 9th U.S Circuit Court of San Francisco. 

Read the transcript bellow: 

Immigrants make many of the Nation’s greatest discoveries, and create some of the country’s most innovative and iconic companies. Immigrants are among our leading entrepreneurs, politicians, artists, and philanthropists. The experience and energy of people who come to our country to seek a better life for themselves and their children—to pursue the “American Dream”—are woven throughout the social,political, and economic fabric of the Nation.

For decades, stable U.S. immigration policy has embodied the principles that we are a people descended from immigrants, that we welcome new immigrants,and that we provide a home for refugees seeking protection. America has long recognized the importance of protecting ourselves against those who would do us harm. But it has done so while maintaining our fundamental commitment to welcoming immigrants—through increased background checks and other controls on people seeking to enter our country.

 via Pitchfork.