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Apple and Google are disappointed with the decision of the United States by labor migrants

The heads of the American companies Google and Apple, Tim cook and Sundar Pichai expressed regret that the President of the United States Donald trump has signed a proclamation to suspend the issuance of a number of categories of work visas.

"This nation of immigrants, like Apple, has always found strength in our diversity, and hope is in the unchanging promise of the American dream. Without both of them cannot be prosperity. Deeply disappointed with this proclamation," wrote cook in his official Twitter account.

Pichai in his microblog said that "immigration has made a great contribution to the economic success of America, making it a global leader in technology and Google – like it is today". The head of Google added, "disappointed with today's proclamation," and the company "will continue to support immigrants and work to expand opportunities for all".

Commenting on the decision of trump, President of Microsoft brad Smith in his Twitter said that "now is not the time to cut off the nation from talents from around the world and create uncertainty and anxiety". In his words, "immigrants play an important role" in and "support important infrastructure of the country."

Previously critical of the decisions of the United States on work visas was made by the American company Twitter, which stated that the Washington decision is short-sighted and undermines the economic power of the United States. Later criticized Washington's decision was made by American entrepreneur and founder of Tesla and SpaceX Elon Musk.

The US President Donald trump on Monday signed a proclamation to suspend the issuance of some visas for the liberation of jobs for Americans. Trump ordered to suspend the issuance of visas H-1B, H-2B, J and L, until 31 December 2020. As earlier told reporters a senior administration official, the exception for H-2B visas will be made only for employees of the industry for the production and processing of seafood, accounting for about 15% of the total number of these visas.

In the number of visas that fall under the restrictions, includes H-1B for working in high-tech fields, H-4 for spouses of holders of other visas (including H-1B and H-2B) H-2B for low-skilled workforce, and J visa categories (for trainees, teachers and summer work) and L (intra-company transfers between offices in different countries).