What You Should Know About Travel Ban 3.0
December 7, 2017 – David Hahn
On December 4th, the third version of the Trump Administration’s travel ban went into effect. This is a temporary decision that allows the travel ban to go into effect while legal challenges are considered. However, this could significantly delay travel for many people from the affected countries.
This latest version of the travel ban will affect seven countries, including: Iran, Syria, Libya, Yemen, Somalia, Chad, and North Korea. In some cases, the ban completely blocks travel and emigration by citizens of these countries and in other cases certain groups will be allowed to travel or emigrate. If you or your family are citizens of one of these affected countries, you should not leave the country without consulting an experienced immigration attorney.
The complexities of these travel regulations make it hard to find the right solution on your own. We recommend you contact one of our immigration attorneys to help you navigate this difficult situation. We will help you find solutions for your case and protect the rights of you and your family. Robichaud, Schroepfer & Correia, P.A. provides expert legal counsel to clients in and around Minnesota, North and South Dakota, Iowa and Wisconsin.
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