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In response to the Trump administration’s move to eliminate the Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals (DACA) program, the U.S. Chamber of Commerce and other tech companies issued a statement on Monday, urging the administration to reconsider the program’s status as a “deferred action for parents.”

“We strongly support DACA recipients returning to the United States for work,” the statement read.

“It’s essential to protect American workers from being held back from a high-wage, high-skilled economy.

We support DACA in its current form, with the help of Congress and the administration, for those who want to return to their families and their communities.”

The statement continued, “As a business community, we strongly support the administration’s efforts to ensure that DACA recipients are able to return home and resume full-time work and contribute to our country.

We look forward to working with Congress to find the best path forward for DACA recipients.”

On Monday, the Chamber also released a letter calling on the administration not to “significantly delay” the program, saying “the DACA program remains vital to American workers.”

The letter, signed by over 100 tech companies and dozens of trade associations, also called for Congress to provide a “path to citizenship” for DACA beneficiaries, “including those currently in the country without legal status.”

Trump’s move comes as the U: a;t: Congress; and b: the president are both on the record as saying the DACA program is “over” and “should be ended.”

In a tweet on Sunday, Trump said he was “grateful” to the Chamber for its support.

“Thank you for your continued support,” the president tweeted.

“The DREAM Act, signed into law by President Barack Obama in 2012, was the best thing to happen to our dreamers since DACA.”

The administration is expected to unveil a new immigration plan next week, which is expected, as the Trump Administration is expected on Monday to unveil new immigration plans next week.

In the wake of the Trump announcement, tech companies are reportedly gearing up for the possibility that they may lose their business-to-business relationships with the Trump White House.

On Monday morning, Apple and Amazon reportedly told employees that they could either stay with the president, or leave.

In an email to employees sent to employees on Monday afternoon, Apple said, “We will be leaving the company in the coming weeks.”

On Tuesday, Apple CEO Tim Cook also said that he is “gratifyingly” confident the Trump presidency is not going to harm the company’s business.

“I’ve been in this business for over 25 years and I’ve seen the way this country works, and the way it’s changed, and I think this will continue to change,” Cook said.

“In the long run, it’s not about politics, it really is about a simple economics: If we’re going to succeed in the long term, we need to make America work for everyone, not just a few.

And I’m so confident that we will, in the end.”

On Sunday, Apple’s CEO also told the Wall Street Journal that the Trump campaign was “very, very worried about” his company’s decision to end its business relationship with the White House and would have a “major impact” on its future business dealings.

“Apple has not yet made a final decision on whether or not to continue with our relationship with Donald Trump, and we’ve not made any decisions about whether or no to continue working with him,” Cook told the WSJ.

“But as we get closer to the election, I can’t say we’re not going.

We’re going very quickly.”

In response, Trump’s administration has reportedly indicated that the administration plans to seek to repeal DACA.

“President Trump said on Monday that the DACA plan was over, and that he would be taking a look at a plan that would allow Dreamers to stay in the U, despite the president’s comments that the plan was ‘not going to be very good,'” The Hill reported.

“At the same time, he continued to say that the President’s DACA plan would be ‘very good.'”

The Trump administration has also been rumored to be considering a plan to provide Dreamers with a path to citizenship, but it has not been formally announced.

“We’re very close to being able to do that,” the White Hill reported Trump told the newspaper.

“They are really doing an amazing job.

They’re going great.”