The now-halted travel ban doesn't represent the country I came to love.

  • Hameed Darweesh
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Travel restrictions shed light on the larger community of Iranian professionals working in the country.

Kjell Magne Bondevik was held because his passport — which clearly stated he is the former prime minister of Norway — indicated he had taken a 2014 trip to Iran. He was headed to the National Prayer Breakfast.

I barely made it back into the country before the travel ban. This doesn't look like the America I love.

  • Murtadha Al-Tameemi
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Trump signed the executive order days before they were to be resettled in the U.S.

  • Heba Farouk Mahfouz
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Their son, a senior government official in Prince George’s County, is hoping to resolve their status before they are stranded in Saudi Arabia.

Vian Dakhil persuaded the world to help save Yazidis from the Islamic State. Now she is caught up in Trump's immigration ban.

I am not a terrorist. I am not a murderer. I am merely the victim of Iran's repressive government.

Iran had tightened its borders to Americans in response to President Trump's executive order.

I love America, and I just want to go back to my life there.

  • Nazanin Zinouri
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Roslyn Sinha was flying to the Middle East to be with her ailing mother when the president signed his executive order.

"I can't describe to you how I felt — the disrespect for humanity, I am here to visit my sick mother."

Shahin Hassanpour was detained in Dallas, where her son was waiting at the airport for her.

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