Das US President Donald Trump issued a travel ban for people from seven predominantly Muslim States in the US-economic uncertainty. A spokeswoman for the Internet Corporation Google was concerned about the impact of the arrangement. The company has precipitated more than 100 employees who come from Muslim countries, and is currently abroad, to return to the United States.
“It is painful to see the enormous human costs of this decree for our colleagues,” wrote Google chief Sundar Pichai, in a communication to the employees of the company. “We have discussed our views on immigration issues will always be public and will continue to do so.”
Microsoft has taken to its own information, contact 76 members of staff from the countries concerned. Uber CEO Travis Kalanik said that about a dozen employees of the brokering platform to be stranded in a foreign country. Lawyers expect that many US companies are affected.
criticism of Zuckerberg
the Sharp criticism of the ban came from a number of technology companies, including Facebook founder Mark Zuckerberg, Brian Chesky, CEO of Airbnb, and Twitter CEO Jack Dorsey. The “humanitarian and economic impact of the adoption were very real and disturbing,” wrote Dorsey in a Twitter message.
The citizens of seven Muslim-majority countries, namely Iraq, Libya, Somalia, Syria, Yemen, Sudan and Iran, may not enter for a minimum of 90 days in the United States.
The ban also applies to those citizens of the States referred to, have a residence permit in the USA or a valid visa, but just out of the country.
you must now stay a minimum of 90 days abroad, until you can return to the United States. An exception will be made for foreigners whose immigration is in the national interest of the United States, according to the border guard authority. In addition, diplomats are allowed to enter freely. Who is a Green Card or a visa in the country, it is allowed to remain.
The U.S. President had banned on Friday, in addition, the entry of all refugees in the United States, initially for 120 days. Refugees from Syria remain indefinitely locked out. The decree entered into force immediately.