There is no question in the fact that America's largest tech companies our international. All, if not most, of the companies like Apple, Google, Microsoft, Facebook, and Amazon use Global participation to keep their companies thriving. This means the outsourcing of work is a necessity and keeping large amounts of staff all over the world is a must for these Corporations.
President Donald J. Trump's new Executive Immigration Order takes aim directly at the Middle East and their Muslim population. The ban specifically targets immigration from Iraq, Iran, Syria, Somalia, Sudan, Libya, and Yemen in any way, shape or form.
The sudden and immediate executive order has force companies to suddenly bring all of their American workers on Visa. Due to skill shortages in the US, this ban brings back workers who were there in these areas to scout talent and qualified workers.
It is important to keep our companies international as they have become too big to fail. The world must support each other in order to build and sustain global economy. We are not here alone and never will be. Nations thrive together as we have all become dependent on each other and need one an other. For example, a company like Apple has headquarters in Cupertino, CA but has their products manufactured in China by Foxconn and is beginning to manufacture in India. They also have offices and Cork, Ireland as well as many other places around the world. Their multidimensional and international set up is what keeps them afloat. Every piece across the world is needed to keep their business thriving and entertaining for consumers.
This early it is not clear how the ban will truly affect these companies in the long run but it is definitely worth noting and keeping an eye on. These companies may need skilled American workers.