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Lawyers Are Setting Up Shop At JFK Terminal 4 Waiting For 8PM

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Lawyers Are Setting Up Shop At JFK Terminal 4 Waiting For 8PM

It starts tonight and it will impact travelers from Libya, Syria, Iran, Somalia, Yemen, and Sudan. If you are a visa applicant from those countries and you do not have a family member in the US you will be denied entry. WCBS the CBS affiliate in New York, NY is reporting:

At least a dozen attorneys will volunteer at John F. Kennedy Airport’s Terminal 4, where they will monitor the effects of the ban and assist passengers where needed, 1010 WINS’ Glenn Schuck reported.
At least a dozen attorneys will volunteer at John F. Kennedy Airport’s Terminal 4, where they will monitor the effects of the ban and assist passengers where needed, 1010 WINS’ Glenn Schuck reported.
“We have an army of over 1,000 lawyers who have their back and are ready to go back out to JFK if that becomes necessary,” said Camille Mackler, Director of Legal Initiatives at the New York Immigration Coalition.
Mackler said travelers coming in Thursday are already approved.
“In terms individuals arriving at the United States… they should already have visas approved, and are not subject to the ban, the injunction, the stay on the injunction or anything like that,” Mackler said.
Macler said they don’t expect the same kind of chaos they saw at the airport the first time the travel ban kicked in back in January, Schuck reported.
“For now it seems, just from the way that the second order was written and also from the Supreme Court’s pretty limited stay on the injunction, that most of those who will be impacted are actually abroad,” Mackler said.

The order will be in effect for the next 90 days do you think this order will make an impact?

Source: CBS New York

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