A small group of demonstrators remained at O’Hare Monday night time displaying help for these effected by President Donald Trump’s government order on immigration.
Attorneys continued to volunteer their time—ready to assist anybody in want after a weekend that noticed greater than a dozen vacationers detained and greater than a thousand demonstrators flooded into Terminal 5.
Nour Ulayyet’s sister, Sahar, was denied entry Saturday when she arrived from Saudi Arabia at O’Hare.
“She was informed that she couldn’t get in due to her Syrian passport,” Ulayyet stated. “She was not allowed in—so simple as that.”
Sahar is a Syrian citizen dwelling in Saudi Arabia, Ulayyet defined, who was coming to vist her mom who had undergone surgical procedure Friday.
“She actually wanted to be by her aspect and sadly she was not provided that privilege,” Ulayyet stated.
The uncertainty for vacationers continued Monday. One household from Iran spent three hours in screening earlier than being allowed to proceed.
“It’s not one thing that you simply anticipate,” stated Tahniyat Patel, who was arriving in Chicago from Cancun.
A sixteen-yr-previous resident of Jordan additionally arrived at O’Hare Sunday with their mother and father however was held in a single day for extra screening and was finally despatched again to Jordan Monday night time.
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