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Travel ban takes its toll on small businesses

by Nina Roberts Apr 12, 2019
Businesses are struggling with hiring, access to capital and family separation.
Shahab Mothena, co-owner of Amir Deli in Brooklyn, is waiting for his Yemeni wife, currently living in Egypt, to be issued a visa. 
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Big tech and other companies decry Supreme Court travel ban ruling

by Kimberly Adams Jun 26, 2018
Business leaders say President Trump’s travel ban goes against their values and hurts economically.

Trump replaces travel ban with new restrictions on 8 nations

by Marketplace Contributor Sep 25, 2017
These new rules will go into effect on Oct. 18.
People gather in Caracas on July 16, 2017 during an opposition-organized vote to measure public support for President Nicolas Maduro's plan to rewrite the constitution. Venezuela is one of the eight countries that will face new travel restrictions imposed by the Trump administration. 
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Somali refugees seek integration into rural Minnesota

by Annie Baxter Jun 19, 2017
Groups in and around the St. Cloud area are teaching locals about some of their newer neighbors.
Somali-born author, college instructor and business consultant Hudda Ibrahim addresses a class on "Somali Lives and Culture" at the College of Saint Benedict, near St. Cloud, Minnesota.
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Refugee agencies in the U.S. are feeling strained

by Sally Herships May 31, 2017
With the number of refugees allowed to enter the country in flux, those who help them are feeling financial pressures and anxiety.
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Drops in travel from the Middle East to U.S. hurt high-end markets

by Reema Khrais Apr 19, 2017
Emirates, the biggest airline in the Middle East, is cutting back on flights to the United States in five of its 12 destinations. The air carrier said demand has dropped steeply since President Trump’s restrictions on entry from Muslim-majority countries. And…

Colleges try to reassure international students

by Amy Scott Mar 28, 2017
Foreign applications drop amid fear and uncertainty over Trump policies.
Polina Kaniuka, 28, a graduate student from Ukraine, at an event aimed at reassuring international students at Indiana State University.
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The latest travel ban targets electronic devices

by Reema Khrais Mar 21, 2017
Smartphones will be the only devices allowed on the plane on certain flights.
An officer from the Transportation Security Administration checks documents for travelers at Reagan National Airport in Virginia.
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Iraqis are relieved to be excluded from new travel ban

by Kai Ryssdal and Robert Garrova Mar 6, 2017
BBC correspondent Rami Ruhayem says Iraqis are relieved by the new executive order as refugees flood camps near Mosul.
An Iraqi family that has fled fighting as Iraqi forces advance into Islamic State-controlled west Mosul.
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Immigrant detentions spark Mexican backlash

by Jed Kim Feb 14, 2017
Immigrant rights groups are condemning the detention of hundreds of people over the past week in what they are calling evidence of a crackdown by U.S. authorities. President Trump said he’s just keeping his campaign promises to expel criminals. But the…