Since President Trump announced his travel ban, people can't get into the US although they have valid documents. One such person is an Iranian doctoral candidate from Berlin. She could not visit a scientific congress at Stanford due to the ban.
Hours before it would have gone into effect, a US judge froze an executive order temporarily banning citizens of six mainly Muslim nations from the United States. President Trump called the ruling "judicial overreach."
President Donald Trump's new travel ban for six majority-Muslim countries will go into effect on March 16. Many US states plan to file lawsuits against the revised ban but they probably will not win in the short term.
Trump has removed Iraq from his controversial travel ban and delayed its implementation to avoid repeated chaos. The Iraqi government hailed its removal from the list as an "important step."
My personal experience with travel restrictions make me believe that prejudice and desire for more control, not genuine security concerns, are what lie at their heart.
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