187 Google employees got an urgent message to return to U.S. The internet company issued a message right after Donald Trump’s immigration order of banning seven Muslim-majority countries.
US president Donald Trump signed an executive order which prohibits entry by people from seven Muslim-majority nations and it will stay valid for 90 days. However, right after this order, Google issued such notice. The largest search engine corporation said such order from Trump may affect about 187 staffs of the company. Consequently, Google sent messages to the staff to return to the US before the executive order gets effective.
Google CEO’s Memo
Bloomberg reported that in a memo the Google CEO Sundar Pichai wrote: “It’s painful to see the personal cost of this executive order on our colleagues”. He further wrote, “We’ve always made our view on immigration issues known publicly and will continue to do so”.
Prior to this executive order Donald Trump banned the entry of Syrian refugees. Trump asserted that his policy is to tackle the entry of Muslim extremists. Moreover, for such order, H-1B-visa holder may face problems as people know about this matter are assuming. Eventually, some of the U.S. Green card holders are objecting that they are facing problem going back to U.S.A. Though, the executive order regarding the immigration did not say anything about the Green card.