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we hope that we don’t see decision making in Washington that would force us to do that

“That could leave Microsoft with no choice but to help those affected employees work somewhere else, according to Smith” writes unknown author for cnbc.com. Microsoft has advocated the protection of DACA and more broadly supported immigration as a way to make sure U.S. companies are hiring talented people.”We do worry about a couple of the very specific immigration questions that people appear to be debating in Washington,” Smith told CNBC’s Akiko Fujita in an interview on Wednesday.Microsoft does not want to move jobs out of the United States but certain decisions out of Washington could potentially force its hands, the company’s President and Chief Legal Officer Brad Smith warned.
 
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