Bahar fled to Iraq after facing harassment in Iran. "I was hoping so much that I could get my flight to America before the crackdown resumed," he says. "So far, there's no way forward for me, I'm stuck." Courtesy of Papal Ahmadzadeh hide caption

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Demonstrators gathered near the White House on March 11 to protest President Trump's travel ban on six Muslim countries. Tasos Katopodis/AFP/Getty Images hide caption

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Trump Travel Ban Blocked Nationwide By Federal Judges In Hawaii, Maryland

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Washington state Attorney General Bob Ferguson holds a news conference Monday in Seattle to discuss President Trump's new immigration executive order. Karen Ducey/Getty Images hide caption

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Washington State Wants Judge's Restraining Order Applied To Trump's New Travel Ban

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Hawaii Attorney General Doug Chin speaks at a news conference in Honolulu last month. On Tuesday, Chin filed a motion against Trump's revised ban. Audrey McAvoy/AP hide caption

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President Trump's address to a joint session of Congress on Tuesday night is expected to strike a more optimistic tone than his inaugural address did last month. Alex Wong/Getty Images hide caption

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Yahya Abu Romman stands outside his family's home in downtown Amman. The 22-year-old was deported from the U.S. after landing in Chicago at the end of January with a valid visa. He says border officers questioned why he holds a Jordanian passport when he was born in Syria. Jane Arraf/NPR hide caption

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Deported With A Valid U.S. Visa, Jordanian Says Message Is 'You're Not Welcome'

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In late 2015, the Obama administration began checking the social media accounts of Syrian refugees seeking to come to the U.S. The practice has continued and may be expanded under the Trump administration. Dan Kitwood/Getty Images hide caption

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Trump Administration Weighs Increased Scrutiny Of Refugees' Social Media

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Dr. Farooq Habib (left) and Dr. Muhammad Tauseef share an office at Los Barrios Unidos Community Clinic in Dallas. They're both from Pakistan and have both worked as pediatricians in medically underserved areas in the U.S. Lauren Silverman/KERA hide caption

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Trump Travel Ban Spotlights U.S. Dependence On Foreign-Born Doctors

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People from Yemen arrived at Los Angeles International Airport on Wednesday. On Thursday, a three-judge panel upheld a lower court's ruling that suspended President Trump's executive order banning travelers from Yemen and six other majority-Muslim countries. David McNew/AFP/Getty Images hide caption

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A sign at Washington Dulles International Airport welcomes travelers. A three-judge panel decided not to reinstate President Trump's travel ban barring travelers from seven majority-Muslim nations. Brendan Smialowski/AFP/Getty Images hide caption

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Amid Travel Ban Debate, Chefs And Food Brands Take A Stand On Immigration

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Opponents of President Trump's executive order imposing a temporary immigration ban on seven Muslim-majority nations protest outside a federal appeals court in San Francisco on Tuesday. A three-judge panel heard oral arguments and will now decide whether to lift the stay or leave it in place. Elijah Nouvelage/Getty Images hide caption

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Can The Trump Adminstration Reinstate Its Travel Ban? It's In Judges' Hands

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Washington state Attorney General Bob Ferguson speaks at a Feb 3. news conference outside U.S. District Court, Western Washington, in Seattle. Ferguson filed a state lawsuit challenging key sections of President Trump's immigration executive order. Karen Ducey/Getty Images hide caption

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The Attorney General Behind The Resistance To Trump's Travel Ban

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On Tuesday, arguments related to President Trump's temporary travel ban will be presented by phone to a three-judge panel of the 9th U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals and live-streamed at the James R. Browning U.S. Court of Appeals building in San Francisco. Josh Edelson/AFP/Getty Images hide caption

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DOJ Files Brief In Appeals Court, Defending Trump's Immigration Executive Order

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