Immigrants' Worst Nightmare Realized: Immigrant Enforcement Ramps Up
Travel Immigration Ban is getting more and more forceful against immigrants.
British Parliament To Discourse Revocation Of President Trump’s State Visit
Debate is on its way against the invitation of President Trump in the state visit.
Apple CEO Tim Cook's Career Advice: 'Don't Work For Money'
On his speech to a group of students at Scotland's University of Glasgow, Cook told the young college students not pursue a career purely based on money alone.
Silicon Valley vs Trump: Understanding The Effect Of Immigration Ban On The World's Tech Hub
Immigrants are the backbone of America's tech industry. And if Pres. Donald Trump will issue more immigration ban orders, this could affect Silicon Valley reputation as the world's tech hub.
Trump's Travel Ban Updates: Federal Court Schedules Hearing
Immigration Travel Ban which halts entry from predominently seven Mislim countries is now scheduled for trial.
Iranian Infant In Need of Heart Surgery Banned From Entering the US
Following President Donald Trump’s recent executive order banning immigration, a four-month-old Iranian girl requiring open heart surgery at OHSU has been turned back and unable to enter the United States where she’s scheduled for surgical appointment on February 5.
#DeleteUber Prompts Company To Pledge $3 Million Defense Fund For Displaced Immigrants
Celebrities campaigned for #DeleteUber movement after the company failed to take part of a protest launched by cab companies to protest U.S. President Donald Trump's decision to ban immigrants from nine Muslim countries.
Apple, Twitter, Uber, Google's Sergey Brin And Other Tech Companies And Personalities Challenge Trump Immigration Ban
Tech companies lead by Apple, Twitter, Google and Netflix are openly criticizing Donald Trump's immigration policy due to its damaging impacts to the tech companies and their employees.
Tech vs Trump Travel Ban: Lyft Donates $1 Million to ACLU, Microsoft Offers Legal Aide To Employees
Lyft will donate $1 Million to ALCU while Microsoft has offered legal assistance to its employees affected by Trump's immigration ban.