The U.S. tech & internet giants Amazon, Facebook, Google and more than 150 other companies have manifested strong opposition to President Donald Trump's migration policy, which he refreshed by signing a new presidential order. Before a federal court in Virginia the tech heavyweights filed a brief on Wednesday asking the judiciary to toss Trump’s latest attempt to block migration. They also fear that Trump could choke off the U.S. high-skilled visa program, which they depend on for recruiting talent from abroad. Here's an overview of how this sector has been faring over the course of the last ten years.
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