Mark Zuckerberg presses for immigration reform

Two more big names join

The creator of Facebook, Mark Zuckerberg, has now incorporated to his group who is looking to push for immigration reform, Steve Chen, co-founder of YouTube, and the president of the media group IAC, Barry Diller.

With the support of Microsoft founder Bill Gates, the co-founder of LinkedIn, Reid Hoffman, the president of Google, Eric Schmidt, the CEO of Yahoo, Marissa Mayer, the founder of Dropbox, Drew Houston , Tesla CEO Elon Musk, David Sacks, founder of Yammer social network, among others. Zuckerberg introduced in April

Although, Musk and Sacks left the group soon after, because Musk did not agree with the methods used by to gain support for the immigration reform.

"We're thrilled to announce that Steve Chen and Barry Diller are joining to help pass comprehensive immigration reform and move the knowledge economy forward," said Joe Green, who serves as president of is an organization that was created with the idea of working with Republicans and Democrats in Congress to support policy changes to facilitate the arrival of skilled employees to the U.S., whose recruitment is restricted by current immigration laws.

In the introduction of, Zuckerberg also opted to improve the level of education in schools in the U.S. and to give more support to the most competent teachers. He also emphasized on subjects such as science, technology, engineering and mathematics, and on scientific research.

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