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The suit says plaintiffs have had days "filled with unbearable hardships and a constant state of distress" as they've waited to be reunited with their loved ones.
Of all the refugees who were admitted into the U.S. 2018, only 17% were Muslim, compared with 66% of Christian refugees who were admitted.
“I wake up in the morning and I’m just ready to serve the country ... and yet they tell me, 'Your wife is not allowed to come here,'” said the federal employee.
Shaima Swileh, who attended the State of the Union this week, had to fight her way past Trump's travel ban while her 2-year-old son lay dying in a U.S. hospital.
“My daughters are always on the phone crying to each other .... There’s nothing in my hands to do," said Yemeni-American father Mohamed Alahiry.
Shaima Swileh was finally able to see her son, Abdullah Hassan, in the hospital 10 days ago.
A Yemini mother will now be allowed to come to the United States to see her 2-year-old son.
The child's father is an American citizen who brought the 2-year-old to California for treatment.
“I don't want to go to a different country. I want to live in my country. Why am I forced to now leave my own home because of this racism and this fear?” Sondos al-Silwi is planning to move to Yemen so that she and her infant daughter can be with her husband. Why? Because of Trump’s Travel Ban.
I’ve witnessed how family separation affects both the dying and the bereaved.
Trump has reduced the refugee cap to the lowest ever, and will cut it further for the next year.
Renowned Iranian caricaturist Nasrin Sheykhi immigrated to the U.S. shortly after Trump's travel ban and quickly immortalized him in a painting.
His tragic death underscores the toll of harsh immigration policies.
The U.S. has long been the world's premier training destination for young physicians. Not anymore.
Stephen Colbert and Trevor Noah can’t believe the Supreme Court swallowed President Trump’s arguments for his Muslim travel ban.
Demonstrators from religious and civil rights organizations have gathered to decry the supreme court’s decision to uphold President Trump’s travel ban.
The late-night host said we were "this close to be able to look our grandchildren in the eye."
Muslim activists are comparing the Supreme Court's decision to past rulings that have sanctioned discrimination against African- and Japanese-Americans.