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First and foremost, we remind our community members and supporters that this is one of many fights for social justice playing out in the federal government this week - while we are focused on the Muslim Ban, we are supportive of those who are advocating for DACA protections and those who are challenging the proposed tax plan.
Today’s developments have raised numerous concerns and questions, which we attempt to answer below. Please note that this information is subject to change based on the various legal challenges that may be advanced in court. The interpretations below can change quickly and we will update you should that happen.
Saturday, November 18, 2017 | 1:00 to 3:00 pm @ St. Cloud Public Library
During WWII, 120,000 Japanese Americans (2/3 of them citizens) were imprisoned in camps because they looked like the enemy.
Come listen to Japanese-American survivors and historians as we remember and re ect on Executive Order 9066.
Panel will include:Sally (Ohno) Sudo - Survivor
Yuichiro Onishi, Ph.D
Jaylani Hussein - CAIR-MN Executive Director
Urge St. Cloud City Council to Vote ‘NO’ on Moratorium on Refugee Resettlement
(MINNEAPOLIS, MN, 10/17/2017) - - The Minnesota chapter of the Council on American-Islamic Relations (CAIR-MN) is calling on all Minnesotans to urge the St. Cloud City Council to vote “NO” on a motion calling for a moratorium on refugee resettlement in St. Cloud.
Sources report to CAIR-MN that the anti-refugee motion will be introduced by Councilmember Jeff Johnson (4th Ward) during the next city council meeting taking place on Monday, October 23.
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We are reviewing it to see how exactly it will be rolled out, but some general information based on what we know now is included below.
Please note that this information is subject to change based on the various legal challenges that may be advanced in court. Please check back frequently for the most up-to-date information.
Part of MB-3 went into effect on September 24th. The remainder will go into effect on October 18th, 2017. Much of the old order (Muslim Ban 2.0), signed on March 6, 2017, also partially expires today. The portions of Muslim Ban 2.0 impacting refugees specifically will continue until October 24, 2017. Despite this change, the temporary court order placing the old order on hold is still active, until the U.S. Supreme Court's hearing on October 10, 2017.
Travel Restriction for Nationals of Eight Countries Chad, Iran, Libya, North Korea, Somalia, Venezuela, Syria, and Yemen.
MB-3 only applies to individuals who are i) outside of the U.S. on the day MB-3 goes into effect, and ii) who do not have a valid visa on the day MB-3 goes into effect, and iii) who have not obtained a waiver under Section 3(c).
Travel Restriction for Nationals of Eight Countries - Chad, Iran, Libya, North Korea, Somalia, Venezuela, Syria, and Yemen.