By Miraim Raftery
Photo courtesy ECM news partner 10 News : Among the first to gain entry was an Iranian infant in need of heart surgery.
February 4, 2017 (San Diego) – Travelers barred from entering the U.S. due to President Donald Trump’s sweeping executive order issued on January 27th must now be admitted due to a ruling by U.S. District Judge James Robard on Friday.
The court issued a nationwide halt to the entire executive order, though the Trump administration has said it will appeal the ruling. The ruling applies to refugees previously approved for admission to the U.S., as well as citizens of seven Muslim nations including Syrians. It also requires admission of green card holders with visas.