Dubai Should Ban Or Deport US Nationals ?

Donald Trump’s executive order to Ban Muslims to enter in US form 7 countries (Iran, Iraq, Libya, Somalia, Sudan, Syria and Yemen), has disrupted the lives of hundreds of thousands of people, ripping families apart and leaving careers in limbo.

The US Mission in the UAE will be suspending issuing of visas to citizens of the seven countries mentioned in the executive order passed by President Donald Trump.

In there tweet, “If you already have an appointment scheduled, please DO NOT ATTEND your appointment as we will not be able to proceed with a visa interview.”

Should dubai Ban Or Deport US citizens? The Debate is heating up, Comment Your thoughts Below

Emirates Airline, said the airline had to change its flight attendant and pilot rosters following the executive order, because of its diverse workforce – that the impact of the roster changes would be minimal.

Etihad, said it will apply restrictions on its US-bound flights “effective immediately”, and that passengers travelling to the US will need a permanent residency card or diplomatic visa to be able to travel.

A Qatar Airways spokeswoman directed Reuters to a statement on its website that said passengers would need a green card or diplomatic visa to enter the US. Emirates and Etihad have a similar statement on their websites.

Dubai Airports, the operator of the world’s busiest airport for international travel, said it is

“monitoring the situation”.

It directed customers with questions on the new visa policies to the US Customs and Border Protection website or their booking agent.

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