Canadian legal professionals assist folks with U.S. shuttle ban at airports


TORONTO – Travellers at main Canadian airports who get stuck up in U.S. President Donald Trump’s shuttle ban might be able to name on some prison assist.

Plenty of Canadian legal professionals are volunteering their time at airports to verify any person with legitimate documentation isn’t blocked from getting into the U.S.

On Friday a pass judgement on in Washington State iced up the ban, which impacts folks from seven Muslim majority international locations.

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The Trump management moved Saturday night time to attraction the pass judgement on’s resolution, however within the intervening time folks from the seven international locations affected can shuttle to the United States.

Jennifer Bond of the Refugee Hub, one of the most teams at the back of the hassle to make the prison assist to be had, says legal professionals shall be available at Toronto Pearson, Montreal’s Pierre-Elliott Trudeau Airport, Vancouver International Airport, and Ottawa’s Macdonald-Cartier International Airport.

She says the legal professionals need to make sure that travellers’ human rights are secure.


Published on: five February 2017 | four:31 pm, as “Canadian lawyers help people with U.S. travel ban at airports” on GLOBALNEWS CANADA. (Here is a source link for the Article’s Image(s) and Content)

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