For some Muslims, hope was raised, insecurity after the travel ban

President Joe Biden’s lifting of the Trump administration’s travel ban for several Muslim majority nations gave a sigh of relief from those affected. But in the midst of the celebration, stories of dreams are broken, families separated, savings spent and missed milestones, from birth to graduation. There is also uncertainty about the future: issues of backlogs, fees and restrictions due to the pandemic. Advocates of immigration and Muslim rights in the United States praise Biden’s decision, but also point to the work ahead to get life back on track and restore the legacy of the ban. A Yemeni man says: “Getting to America is a big dream.”

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