Protesters have rallied at International Airport after authorities took travelers into custody in response to President Donald Trump&aposs immigration order. Lawyers from throughout Chicago showed up to assist travelers.
As of 2015, more than 109,000 military service members have become naturalized citizens since 2001, to U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services.A Defense Department official that the Trump administration had no plans to deny noncitizen recruits from serving.
The comments came the morning after a federal judge in New York issued an emergency order temporarily barring the U.S. from deporting people from the seven majority Muslim nations subject to Trump’s travel ban. The judge said travelers who had been detained had a strong argument that their legal rights had been violated.We&aposll explore the wide worlds of science, health and technology with content from our science squad and other places we&aposre finding news.
On Saturday night, several federal judges issued stays, including rulings halting the deportation of green-card holders from the list of seven countries identified in the executive order: Iraq, Iran, Sudan, Somalia, Syria, Libya and Yemen.