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Google leads court filing supporting tens of thousands of U.S. visa-holders’ ability to work – CNBC

Tech companies that signed onto the brief include Adobe, Amazon, Apple, Electronic Arts, eBay, IBM, Intel, Microsoft, PayPal, Reddit, StubHub and Twitter.

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Google is leading an effort to maintain work authorization for tens of thousands of people whose spouses hold H-1B visas, the high-skilled visa that’s common in the tech industry.
Companies across the tech industry, which has been historically vocal in fighting for increased immigration rights, submitted an amicus brief Friday in a case known as Save Jobs USA v. Department of Homeland Security. A Washington district court is considering the plaintiff’s challenge to a DHS rule that allows so-called…

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