The U.S. government has annulled more than 100 thousand visas after the President signed the Donald trump of the migration decree banning the entry of citizens of seven countries, reports The Washington Post.
According to the publication, this figure was sounded by the lawyer representing the interests of the government at the trial to ban in the US of two citizens of Yemen. It is noted that the plaintiffs, who have each other as brothers, arrived at the Washington international DULLES airport on Saturday. On the same day the men were sent to Ethiopia.
Data on how many people have American visa did not pass the border control in the airport of DULLES and was sent back that the lawyer could not lead.
The decree “On the protection of the country from the entry of foreign terrorists” were signed by trump on January 27. In accordance with the decree, entry into the United States for 90 days is suspended for the citizens of seven countries (Iran, Iraq, Yemen, Libya, Syria, Somalia, and Sudan).
On Friday, February 3, the American civil liberties Union (ACLU) filed a class action lawsuit. The organization argued that, de facto, the decree will affect immigrants who are already living in the United States. The main plaintiffs are holders of a student visa.