Integrated foreign media reports, the alphabet (Alphabet) subordinate to the company being recalled is not United States territory of expatriate employees, hoping they can before the ban came into force back to the United States. Meanwhile, the United States Silicon Valley technology sector chiefs have expressed dissatisfaction with this ban.
According to Xinhua, Donald Trump United States local time on January 27 signed an executive order to freeze United States refugee resettlement project, ordinary citizens temporarily ban seven Islamic countries United States, Syria indefinitely suspended visas of citizens and stopping refugee asylum processing. National development and Reform Commission met
Trump when the Pentagon signed the Decree on the day said: "we want to make sure the soldiers abroad against those who threatened not to come into our country. We only want those who support our country, someone who loves our people came in. "
In accordance with the Executive order, all refugees within the next 120 days will be prohibited from entering United States, within the next 90 days from Iraq, and Syria, and Iran, Sudan, Libya, Somalia and Yemen seven "terrorist risk" country ordinary citizens will be prohibited from entering United States, United States State Department indefinitely for Syria citizens suspended visa and stop processing all Syria refugee asylum.
Reuters reported among refugees, affected by this Decree, also including the States United States green card citizens, look for students, physicians, visitors and other staff.
United Kingdom Broadcasting Corporation (BBC) reported on January 29, in the United States after Trump signed the ban, President, Google will require overseas foreign workers quickly return to United States.
Google CEO sangda·pichayi (Sundar Pichai) mentioned in a memorandum to employees, about 187 Google employees will be Trump immigration deal affected. He said to Trump's latest signing is disturbed by the Executive order and related proposals, which would limit the Google employees and their families, it also creates obstacles to talent into the United States.
Pi Chayi said in a memo: "executive order had a personal impact on our colleagues, and we regret this. Over the years, we let the public know Google's views on immigration issues, we will do so in the future. "
He said that an employee has already interrupted New Zealand holiday is back to the United States.
Bloomberg said in a report, one source said on condition of anonymity, the company fears from the seven State employees even if they have a valid visa, and may also be unable to return to the United States.
According to reports, United States Department of Homeland Security issued a directive on Friday afternoon, demanding implementation of the provisions on Customs and border patrol.
BBC said, some passengers are prohibited from visiting the United States this Saturday, several Iraq passengers and Yemen citizens boarded the plane at Cairo airport barred to travel to New York, these people are in possession of a valid visa.
In fact, Trump's ban caused the dissatisfaction of the whole industry, in Silicon Valley tech giants have expressed this attitude of the new deal.
Apple CEO Tim Cook (Tim Cook) wrote a letter to all employees, "said Apple firmly believes that the importance of immigration, both for our company and for our country's future. Apple not to emigrate cannot survive, let alone our current prosperity and innovation. "
Microsoft CEO sadiya·Nadela (Satya Nadella) on his LinkedIn page, issued a statement: "as an immigrant and a CEO, I went and saw immigration to our company, our country, and a positive impact throughout the world. We will continue to support this important issue. "
Sadiya·Nadela is the India-American, and Google CEO sangda·pichayi the same was born in India.
Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg (Mark Zuckerberg), "said Trump recently signed an executive order of the President expressed concern about the effects of", especially related to immigration restrictions executive order.
On January 28, the Facebook spokesman said in a statement: "we are assessing the impact on our workforce, and to determine how best to protect our employees and their families, and avoid their adverse effects. "
Tesla CEO Yilong·masike (Elon Musk) said on Twitter: "indiscriminate entry ban on citizens of certain Muslim countries is not the United States challenges the best way. "
Uber CEO telaweisi·kalannike (Travis Kalanick) also published the full faith, the ban affects many innocent people. Uber was reaching out to immigrant drivers may be affected. And give them free help in the next 3 months, to help relieve the financial pressure on them.