Trump has made headlines before for making some questionable decisions, but the president’s latest travel ban on travel to six Muslim-majority countries has the potential to have a detrimental impact on the US and the global economy.
US-based company Wayfair, which sells travel packages to business travelers, has been criticized for selling travel packages that include travel visas, passports and other travel documents, and is now offering a similar product to the US government.
The company, which also offers travel packages for individuals and small businesses, says that because of the travel restrictions, they will no longer be able to issue visas for its customers.
Wayfair says the ban will affect about a quarter of its business clients, and that its customers will not be able send in their visas for any business trip until April 16, 2019.
It said that it will also stop accepting new business trips from March 19, 2020, and all new business visits to the United States will be suspended from April 16.
“We’re seeing that a lot of businesses have had their travel plans changed because of this,” said CEO Brian Mazzuca in a statement.
“It is a tough decision for our customers to make.”
Mazzauca says that Wayfair’s decision to discontinue the business visa business package was made because of Trump’s recent executive order banning travel from Iran, Iraq, Libya, Somalia, Sudan, Syria and Yemen, a country that WayFair’s clients are primarily based in.
The ban has caused a significant loss of revenue for the company, Mazzacu said, and has put Wayfair out of business for a number of years.
“Wayfair is very focused on building the future, but these decisions are hurting our future,” he said.
Mazzucas statement also said that Wayforth is working to provide a new business visa for clients based in other countries, and to ensure that they have a visa to enter the United State at the earliest possible time.
The travel ban has been a major issue for Wayfair and other companies that sell visas, and the company says that it is also going to make adjustments to its business travel packages so that they will not cover travel from countries that do not meet the requirements.
The executive order was signed on Jan. 28, and it was announced in late January that the US would be the first country in the world to impose a nationwide travel ban.
The order restricts travel to the six Muslim majority countries, which include Iran, Somalia and Sudan.
The US has also imposed a ban on the admission of refugees, and on travellers from Syria, Libya and Iraq, which are also Muslim majority.
The new travel ban will be put into effect immediately, and Mazzaco says that the company will offer its customers the opportunity to submit their travel documents for inspection.
He also said in the statement that the visa process will be streamlined and the process will become easier for all of our clients, including our small businesses.
Maza is the CEO of the company.
In a statement, Maza said that the travel ban would hurt his company, and added that he is committed to working with the administration to help our customers get back on their feet.
“This is a critical time for the United Nations and the entire world.
We will work with the government of the United Kingdom to expedite the issuance of visas to bring the global travel ban into effect, and I look forward to working in good faith with all of my colleagues in the United Nation and the international community,” Mazzucci said.
The Trump administration says that there will be no immediate changes to Wayfairs business travel package, and says that a review will be conducted in the coming days and that the department will provide a more detailed update as soon as possible.