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Homeland Security Chief Admits Travel Ban Was Rushed

Homeland Security Chief Admits Travel Ban Was Rushed

Customs and Border Protection officers at Los Angeles International Airport. President Trump’s travel ban and the ensuing disruption have focused attention on customs inspectors at the nation’s
Love, Interrupted: A Travel Ban Separates Couples

Love, Interrupted: A Travel Ban Separates Couples

Jehan Mouhsen during a video chat with her husband, Khaled Almilaji, who was stranded in Turkey.
Did Kuwait Copy Trump’s Travel Ban? Not Quite

Did Kuwait Copy Trump’s Travel Ban? Not Quite

President Trump meeting with county sheriffs at the White House on Tuesday. On Facebook, Mr. Trump praised news that Kuwait imposed its own visa ban on certain Muslim-majority countries, apparently

H1B Visas: Why They’re Broken and What we Can Do

The Trump administration may further restrict H1B work visas for technology workers. There are inherent problems with the current H1B system, but even more with the Trump proposal. We need to increase
Israel Denies a Work Visa to Human Rights Watch Researcher

Israel Denies a Work Visa to Human Rights Watch Researcher

Omar Shakir, an investigator with Human Rights Watch, was denied a visa to work in Israel.

Another leak: Draft DHS report claims citizens of nations covered by Trump’s travel ban pose little risk to U.S.

"The document you're referencing was commentary from a single intelligence source..."

Human Rights Watch Reacts to Visa Ban

Omar Shakir, Human Rights Watch's Israel and Palestine director, reacted to the news that the Israeli government has denied his work visa, accusing the group of engaging in “Palestinian propaganda” on
French Historian Says He Was Threatened With Deportation at Houston Airport

French Historian Says He Was Threatened With Deportation at Houston Airport

Henry Rousso, a well-respected historian, has been a regular visitor for 30 years to the United States. He said he was unsure when he would return.
How Trump’s ‘Merit-Based’ Immigration System Might Work

How Trump’s ‘Merit-Based’ Immigration System Might Work

Migrant farmworkers carrying loads of radicchio in Merced, Calif., in January. President Trump proposed a “merit-based” immigration system in a speech on Tuesday that could change the makeup of who is
Kim Jong-nam Died of Heart Failure, North Korea Suggests

Kim Jong-nam Died of Heart Failure, North Korea Suggests

The police last week outside the North Korean Embassy in Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia. The country is one of few places that had allowed such easy access for citizens of the North, which is widely viewed as

An Afghan Family, With Visas in Hand, Is Detained in Los Angeles

A father had worked for the U.S. government in Afghanistan, court documents show, and a restraining order was needed to keep his wife and children from a detention center.
Trump Expected to Issue New Travel Ban Excluding Iraq on Monday

Trump Expected to Issue New Travel Ban Excluding Iraq on Monday

President Trump in January. He is is expected to issue on Monday a new version of his executive order on immigration.
U.S. Frees Visa-Holding Afghan Family It Detained for 4 Days

U.S. Frees Visa-Holding Afghan Family It Detained for 4 Days

Security at Los Angeles International Airport in January. Five members of an Afghan family who were detained by Border Patrol officials at the airport on Thursday have been released.
Afghans Who Worked for U.S. Are Told Not to Apply for Visas, Advocates Say

Afghans Who Worked for U.S. Are Told Not to Apply for Visas, Advocates Say

Mohammad Nasim Hashimyar, an interpreter, at his home in Kabul in 2016. He worked for American Special Forces and later for the American Embassy. He now lives in hiding.
Visa Is Testing NFC Sunglasses That Can Pay for Stuff

Visa Is Testing NFC Sunglasses That Can Pay for Stuff

Now when you lose your frames, you'll be extra screwed.

Caught Up in Travel Ban, a Family Reunites

This moment seemed impossible to Mohammed Alqalos just six weeks ago.
Amid ‘Trump Effect’ Fear, 40% of Colleges See Dip in Foreign Applicants

Amid ‘Trump Effect’ Fear, 40% of Colleges See Dip in Foreign Applicants

At Portland State University in Oregon this week, Fatima Alkharaz, a Libyan, chatted with a fellow student, John Gorgan.