Google takes employees from overseas back to the US after Trump's decree
Google has caused its employees who are outside the United States, to return to the country as soon as possible because of the decree of the President of Donald trump on the limitation of immigration. As reported reported by the Wall Street Journal , due to the presidential decree, may suffer no less than 187 employees of Google.
"We're disappointed by this decree and any actions that may lead to restrictions for Google employees and their families or that may create barriers to attracting talented professionals to the United States," said chief Executive officer of the company
Sundar Pichai (Pichai Sundararajan) in the letter, whhich a copy of which is available to WSJ.
Officially representatives of the company does not comment on the return of staff. However, many technology companies lobbied for the easing of restrictions on the arrival of immigrants into the country.
Previously Trump on Friday froze the program of reception of refugees in the United States and also imposed restrictions on entry into the country for citizens of Iran, Iraq, Syria, Yemen, Sudan, Somalia and Libya. These restrictions mean that people from these countries may not be allowed to Board planes bound for the US even in the presence of green cards.