Google CEO Sundar Pichai in support of Indians, objected to President Trump’s H-1B Visa decision


Google CEO Sundar Pichai opposed the decision of US President Donald Trump that directly affected the interests of Indians. In fact, the H-1B Visa work visa has been banned by the US President until the end of this year. Sundar Pichai, against this, wrote a post on Twitter, calling Trump’s decision wrong.

He said that migrants contributed greatly to the American economy. Because of his contribution, America remains the world’s tech leader today. He said that we will stand with the migrants and work to provide the with with all kinds of opportunities.

Immigration has contributed immensely to America’s economic success, making it a global leader in tech, and also Google the company it is today. Disappointed by today’s proclamation – we’ll continue to stand with immigrants and work to expand opportunity for all.

This will affect Indians

The cancellation of H-1B visa will affect the Indians working in the US. Let us know that a large number of IT professionals of India work in America on H-1B visa. Following this decision by the Trump administration, H-1B Visa visa holders or those who depend on them will not be able to travel to the US until 31 December this year.

This restriction on visa will come into effect from 24 June. This will mean that all Indians will have to wait till the end of this year for work or other visas issued by the company for the financial year 2021 starting from October 1. Those who want to renew their visa will also have a direct impact on this decision.

Announcing a moratorium on visas, Donald Trump said that the Corona epidemic has caused an economic crisis all over the world. Millions of people have become unemployed in America itself. This decision can provide some relief to those who have lost their jobs.