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A new Trump administration immigration policy that went into effect Friday has some immigrant communities across the country expressing fear and concern about what happens next for their family members, many of whom will no longer be able to move legally to the United States after waiting years for visas. Carrying signs that read "Abolish ICE" and "Close ICE Jails," the protesters also criticized the administration's move to expand a controversial travel ban to include citizens from Nigeria, Myanmar, Sudan and three other countries. Brian Lozano of Wind of the Spirit and Jorge Torres of the National Day Laborer Organizing Network said they are encouraging immigrant community members to report any sightings of ICE officers working with the Border Patrol agents. Possible related people for Anthony Afolo include Janice Afolo, Janisemarg Afolo, Joseph Olufemi Afolo, Sandra Harnet Myers, Janise R Reliford, and many others. / AFP PHOTO / GUILLERMO ARIAS (Photo credit should read GUILLERMO ARIAS/AFP/Getty Images). Anthony Afolo is 55 years old, and lives in New Jersey.

John Stauffer said he was pained to see Eritrea included on the list of countries affected by Trump’s latest travel ban. “Eritrea is overall in no position to retaliate for anything the U.S. does.”. ICE in Newark, which is responsible for immigration arrests across the state, declined to say whether Border Patrol agents were already working in Newark or other parts of New Jersey.

NEWS: Man was handed to ICE after traffic stop, advocates question if cops violated NJ policy, LAWSUIT: Justice Department sues to block NJ rule that bans police from cooperating with ICE. Join Facebook to connect with Anthony Afolo and others you may know. The expansion of the travel ban came three years after President Donald Trump signed an executive order titled “Protecting the Nation From Foreign Terrorist Entry Into the United States," which became known as the travel ban. "However, there are some countries from whom the U.S. does not receive the necessary information about its travelers and, as a result, pose a national security or public safety risk that warrants tailored travel restrictions.”. Nonetheless, immigrant advocates said they were worried by the latest threat. Supporters of the Trump administration's tougher policies on both legal and illegal immigration applauded the travel ban.

Get all the news you need in your inbox each morning. “Tactical force, tanks moving through town that have ICE or CBP, we want to draw attention to it.”. Mehlman of FAIR said he didn’t expect the expanded travel ban to be challenged in court but said that countries in question could make improvements and get off the list. Trump has said his travel bans are necessary to protect national security by limiting immigration from countries deemed a potential source of terrorism. The initial ban was blocked by the courts after protesters gathered at airports across the country to denounce the policy.

"The latest travel ban clearly and unconstitutionally targets individuals from majority Muslim and African countries on the basis of religion and race," Ami Kachalia, a campaign strategist with the ACLU's New Jersey chapter, said at the gathering. The court ruled that the president did have the executive power to broadly restrict immigration and that his anti-Muslim statements did not undermine his authority. "CBP is deploying 100 officers and agents to supplement ICE Enforcement Removal Operations in order to enhance the integrity of the immigration system, protect public safety, and strengthen our national security,'' a spokesperson said in an emailed statement. Anthony Afolo, president of the Newark African Commission, called the new edict an "immigration ban. They moved to New Jersey seven months ago, but his 13-year old daughter's paperwork was held up because of an issue with the photograph on her passport, he explained. “We are recording all violations or anything that we see that might be weird,” said Lozano. Start the day smarter. But Badri Kuku, president of the Sudanese Community Center in Iowa City, Iowa, said the U.S. government is punishing Sudan for its past. The country of Chad was removed from the travel ban in 2018. The United Nations maintains a full-time observer in Eritrea who last year lamented that the nation has not made any improvements to its dismal human rights record.

He is affiliated with medical facilities Intermountain Medical Center and Lds Hospital. It also bars citizens from Sudan and Tanzania from the U.S. diversity visa program, also known as the “green-card lottery," which aims to diversify the immigrant population in the United States by selecting applicants from countries with lower rates of immigration. WOODLAND PARK, N.J. – In Kansas City, Kansas, the Baraza African Cultures Center has been fielding calls from Nigerians and other African immigrants "highly concerned" about how an expanded travel ban that went into effect last week will affect their families. Months later, Trump revised the travel ban to include nationals from six Muslim majority countries, but that executive order, too, was halted by a federal judge. The White House said at the time that the Central African country had improved its identity-management and information sharing practices sufficiently to meet the baseline security standard. Families, universities, and businesses in the United States are paying an ever-higher price for President Trump’s ignorance and racism," he said in a statement. But Omar Jadwat, director of the ACLU’s Immigrants’ Rights Project, said the travel ban should end and not be expanded. The ban "continues to perpetuate incredible harm to individuals and families across New Jersey and around the world.". “We as Sudanese people have tied hands because of bad government that has happened, but I believe we have one of the best prime ministers who is now doing whatever it takes to bring Sudan back,’’ he said. Haitian and African migrants seeking for asylum in the United States, show documents as they line up outside a Mexican Migration office, on October 3, 2016, in Tijuana, northwestern Mexico. U.S. Customs and Border Protection has said that it plans to send dozens of officers, including some from an elite tactical unit, to cities that have refused to participate in federal immigration enforcement, including Newark, New York, San Francisco and six other cities. Dozens of immigrants and their supporters assembled in Newark on Thursday to protest a Trump administration plan to deploy specially trained border patrol agents to the city and other "sanctuary" communities that have refused to cooperate with federal immigration enforcement. "We feel that we don’t belong in that list,'' said Jide Lawore, pastor of Agape House of Worship in Roselle, New Jersey, who was born in Nigeria and who leads a church where nearly 60% of parishioners are immigrants from Nigeria. The federal government cited security as the reason for expanding the travel ban to those countries, saying they had deficiencies in sharing terrorist, criminal or identity information. "We have made a lot of positive contributions to the United States.

The expanded travel ban has already led to criticism over its targeting of African countries, with advocates and others calling the move discriminatory, and the hashtag #Africanban circulating on social media. "It's mostly affecting people here, not the people in Nigeria,'' said Afolo…

"And we have seen in the past that when cooperation is forthcoming, that these countries can get off these lists.”. At the protest, Anthony Afolo, president of the Newark African Commission, said there are several families in New Jersey from Nigeria and other countries in Africa that will be hurt by the new ban. Monsy Alvarado is an immigration reporter for

Stauffer worked in Eritrea during a stint in the Peace Corps in the 1960s and later created The America Team for Displaced Eritreans, a Washington, D.C.-based organization that assists Eritreans trying to reach the U.S. Eritrean President Isaias Afwerki has held on to power for nearly 30 years as the leader of the nation’s sole political party. Connect with friends faster than ever with the new Facebook app. He said he is still hopeful his daughter will join him soon. "We are the ones here, we are the ones who have relatives, parents, spouses that are over there that may eventually want to live here.". The latest expansion would suspend immigrant visas for citizens from Nigeria, Myanmar, Eritrea and Kyrgyzstan who want to live or work in the U.S. permanently. At the protest, Anthony Afolo, president of the Newark African Commission, said there are several families in New Jersey from Nigeria and other countries in Africa that will be hurt by the new ban. That measure prevented citizens from seven Muslim-majority countries from entering the United States. "We will wait to see but we hope she will be here this year,'' he said. Reader, covering our local communities takes time and resources. On the day the racist #MuslimBan & #AfricanBan go into effect, we are standing up in Newark to demand NO Ban and NO Militarization on our streets!#NoAfricanBan #NoMuslimBan #NoBanAct

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