Nearly 100 tech companies filed a legal document to oppose President Trump's travel ban on Sunday night, insisting it was bad for business.
"The Order represents a significant departure from the principles of fairness and predictability that have governed the immigration system of the United States for more than fifty years -- and the Order inflicts significant harm on American business, innovation and growth as a result," the brief reads.
Immigrants make many of the nation's greatest discoveries and create some of the country's most innovative and iconic companies.
The brief argues that the travel ban, which has prompted global protests, makes it harder to recruit and hire the most talented tech workers in the world, partially due to the ban's chaotic rollout.
Here are some of the biggest names who signed off on the brief:
Uber's appearance is a bit of a surprise, considering its CEO, Travis Kalanick, was on a Trump economic advisory board until last week. Many Uber users have criticized the company for its ties to Trump.