Starbucks is offering employees and their families free legal advice to "help navigate immigration issues and get answers in these uncertain times," according to CNNMoney.


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In a letter to workers Monday, Starbucks executives said the company is partnering with Ernst & Young, which provides an immigration advisory program to companies.

The free in-house legal advice would be related to employees' concerns over President Donald Trump's executive order on immigration.

Correction: A previous version of this article stated that the Starbucks employees being offered legal advice were undocumented immigrants.


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