“This filing makes it clear that these companies consider the order incredibly disruptive to their business.
At the end of the day, it’s the uncertainty around the order that concerns these businesses most. Businesses, much like the stock market, hate uncertainty and volatility. They thrive on stability, and Trump’s disastrous roll out of the immigration order was anything but stable.
“The Order also introduces severe uncertainty into the immigration system,” the brief says. “If this approach were upheld, future orders might apply to any nation, and suddenly and unexpectedly bar its nationals from entering or returning to the United States. That severely undermines immigrants’ and businesses’ ability to make plans, conduct business, or manage any affairs involving non-citizens.””
Source: 96 Companies Just Told Trump Where He Can Shove His Muslim Ban – Gizmodo
Also, of increasing importance is the ability to get information for many non-citizens that have lengthy presence in the United States and lengthy immigration histories. The Immigrant Legal Resource Center is holding a webinar to inform on Freedom of Information Act (FOIA) requests on February 15. Sign up here: http://hosted-p0.vresp.com/1111967/7f26b229d3/ARCHIVE