Two days after moving from India to Canada, a Meta employee was laid off.

One of the thousands of employees affected by Meta's mass layoffs was an Indian software engineer named Himanshu V..

The software engineer wrote in the post that his journey came to an end as he was impacted by the massive layoffs.

In four days, his post has gotten over 22,000 reactions and 1,000 comments. Insider was unable to verify the account. Insider did not get a response from Himanshu.

Meta announced it would be cutting more than 11,000 employees.

"I view layoffs as a last resort, so we decided to rein in other sources of cost before letting teammates go," Mark Zuckerberg wrote in a post.

According to a local tech site, Meta employed over a thousand people in Canada.

He is currently looking for a job in Canada or India, but has no idea what his next step will be. He had worked at a number of tech companies.

A number of employees were laid off by Meta after moving from India.

A former software engineer at Amazon wrote in a post that he had been at Meta for three days before he lost his job.

The process of obtaining a work visa to Canada was a long one.

She was laid off two days after she joined the company.

She was laid off after moving to Canada. By the time the post was published, it had received over 64,000 reactions and more than 480 comments.

The layoffs at Meta's Canada office came eight months after the company announced plans to open an engineering hub in Toronto that would create 2,500 jobs.

They did not reply to Insider's requests.

Insider previously reported that employees from offices around the world have taken toLinkedIn to write "badge posts" after being laid off from the company.

"Officially became a casualty of the mass-layoffs at Meta this morning, but I'm not even the least bit salty," wrote Chad Lesher, a former Meta strategy lead.