Here are the 96 companies that are helping fight Trump’s travel ban in court

President Donald Trump’s actions have only accentuated the differences of our divided nation, but they are bringing together the highly competitive tech industry like never before.

On Sunday night, 96 companies including some of the biggest names in tech, filed an amicus brief opposing Trump’s executive action on immigration. The legal document was created a week after leading tech executives simultaneously issued individual statements on the refugee ban.   

The document states barring refugees and green-card holders from seven predominantly Muslim countries from entering the United States inflicts “substantial harm” on American companies by hindering their abilities to attract talent; increasing costs imposed on business; making it more difficult for firms to compete in the international marketplace; and gives enterprises an incentive to build operations outside the United States.

“The Order makes it more difficult and expensive for U.S. companies to recruit, hire, and retain some of the world’s best employees,” the document states. “It disrupts ongoing business operations. And it threatens companies’ ability to attract talent, business, and investment to the United States.”

As it stands, refugees are able to enter the United States under normal screening procedures after a federal judge lifted the ban last week, but President Trump plans to fight back against the ruling. 

The immigration ban led to global protests over the past week and forced a number of executives to leave Trump’s business advisory board. 

Apple, Google, Microsoft, Facebook, and Netflix highlight the list of entities featured in the amicus brief. Other well-known companies include eBay, Twitter, Intel, GoPro, Kickstarter, Yelp, Spotify, and Etsy.

Here is a full list of voluntary members.

1. AdRoll, Inc.

2. Aeris Communications, Inc.

3. Airbnb, Inc.

4. AltSchool, PBC

5. Ancestry.com, LLC

6. Appboy, Inc.

7. Apple Inc.

8. AppNexus Inc.

9. Asana, Inc.

10. Atlassian Corp Plc

11. Autodesk, Inc.

12. Automattic Inc.

13. Box, Inc.

14. Brightcove Inc.

15. Brit + Co

16. CareZone Inc.

17. Castlight Health

18. Checkr, Inc.

19. Chobani, LLC

20. Citrix Systems, Inc.

21. Cloudera, Inc.

22. Cloudflare, Inc.

23. Copia Institute

24. DocuSign, Inc.

25. DoorDash, Inc.

26. Dropbox, Inc.

27. Dynatrace LLC

28. eBay Inc.

29. Engine Advocacy

30. Etsy Inc.

31. Facebook, Inc.

32. Fastly, Inc.

33. Flipboard, Inc.

34. Foursquare Labs, Inc.

35. Fuze, Inc.

36. General Assembly

37. GitHub

38. Glassdoor, Inc.

39. Google Inc.

40. GoPro, Inc.

41. Harmonic Inc.

42. Hipmunk, Inc.

43. Indiegogo, Inc.

44. Intel Corporation

45. JAND, Inc. d/b/a Warby Parker

46. Kargo Global, Inc.

47. Kickstarter, PBC

48. KIND, LLC

49. Knotel

50. Levi Strauss & Co.

51. LinkedIn Corporation

52. Lithium Technologies, Inc.

53. Lyft, Inc.

54. Mapbox, Inc.

55. Maplebear Inc. d/b/a Instacart

56. Marin Software Incorporated

57. Medallia, Inc.

58. A Medium Corporation

59. Meetup, Inc.

60. Microsoft Corporation

61. Motivate International Inc.

62. Mozilla Corporation

63. Netflix, Inc.

64. NETGEAR, Inc.

65. NewsCred, Inc.

66. Patreon, Inc.

67. PayPal Holdings, Inc.

68. Pinterest, Inc.

69. Quora, Inc.

70. Reddit, Inc.

71. Rocket Fuel Inc.

72. SaaStr Inc.

73. Salesforce.com, Inc.

74. Scopely, Inc.

75. Shutterstock, Inc.

76. Snap Inc.

77. Spokeo, Inc.

78. Spotify USA Inc.

79. Square, Inc.

80. Squarespace, Inc.

81. Strava, Inc.

82. Stripe, Inc.

83. SurveyMonkey Inc.

84. TaskRabbit, Inc

85. Tech:NYC

86. Thumbtack, Inc.

87. Twilio Inc.

88. Twitter Inc.

89. Turn Inc.

90. Uber Technologies, Inc.

91. Via

92. Wikimedia Foundation, Inc.

93. Workday

94. Y Combinator Management, LLC

95. Yelp Inc.

96. Zynga Inc.

Phillip Tracy

Phillip Tracy

Phillip Tracy is a former technology staff writer at the Daily Dot. He's an expert on smartphones, social media trends, and gadgets. He previously reported on IoT and telecom for RCR Wireless News and contributed to NewBay Media magazine. He now writes for Laptop magazine.