Published: Tue, January 31, 2017
USA | By Yvette Dunn

This Sikh protester at JFK has a message everyone should listen to

President Donald Trump's "Muslim ban" is causing fear and chaos among immigrants everywhere - even at Google.

The protest began Saturday and carried into Sunday, snarling traffic at the airport.

-Citizens from Syria, Iran, Iraq, Libya, Somalia, Sudan and Yemen, all Muslim-majority countries, are banned from the United States for 90 days.

CUNY Chancellor James Milliken said Trump's order could impact roughly 120 students and some staffers.

"This executive order bans Iraqi pilots from coming to military bases in Arizona to fight our common enemies", the two USA politicians said in a joint statement.

A lawsuit brought by states would heighten the legal stakes surrounding the president's executive order, as courtroom challenges to the ban have so far mostly been filed by individuals.

How, though, did the Trump administration choose these seven Muslim-majority countries?

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A 5-year old Iranian boy was held at Washington Dulles International Airport for more than four hoursbefore finally being reunited with his mother.Immigration lawyers said Mr. Trump's executive order had thrown airports into disarray. Her son, an active-duty soldier in the U.S. Army, flew up from SC when his mom was stopped. Ali Abdi, who has permanent residency in the USA, is now stuck in Dubai while his visa runs out.

Hundreds of people gathered at San Francisco International Airport on Saturday afternoon as word spread that some arriving passengers faced detention or deportation under President Trump's ban on refugees and travelers from seven predominantly Muslim nations.

A group of U.S. state attorneys general are discussing whether to file their own court challenge against President Donald Trump's order to restrict people from sevenMuslim-majority countries entering the United States, officials in three states told Reuters. On January 29, the secretary of the Department of Homeland Security, John Kelly, said that he deems "the entry of lawful permanent residents to be in the national interest" of the United States.

It's the religious minorities exception that's getting more attention than the others. Two Iraqi refugees, including an interpreter who worked for the USA government in Iraq, were unable to contact their lawyers for hours.

-The Visa Interview Waiver Program, which says repeat visitors do not need to appear in person for an interview when they need to renew their visa, was suspended.

There is some question as to whether exceptions are being made for people whose dual nationality is with a country closely allied with the United States - for example, Canada or Britain.

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