Refugees STUNNED By The Fact That They Can’t Enter U.S. After Trump's Order
All the refugees who were flying into the U.S. when President Donald Trump signed an executive order banning refugee entry Friday were stopped when they landed in the country.
On Friday night, the order suspending all the refugee entry for 120 days went into immediate effect putting an undetermined number of refugees who were on airplanes when it was signed in legal limbo.
Trump’s order also bans admission of refugees from Syria indefinitely, and anyone from the countries of Iraq, Syria, Iran, Sudan, Libya, Somalia, and Yemen for 90 days.
Some of the lawyers of these countries said that there were people with valid visas and legitimate refugee claims who had already been determined by the State Department and the Department of Homeland Security and then were being unlawfully detained.