Isahaq Rabi, left, after he arrived at Sea-Tac Airport from Vienna, where he was greeted by his wife, Ibado Hassan, center. Rabi had approval to be a lawful permanent resident, but those documents weren’t accepted and he was sent back to Vienna on Jan. 28 by U.S. Customs and Border Protection officials. Rabi is an immigrant from Somalia — one of the seven countries listed on President Trump’s travel ban.
Isahaq Rabi, left, after he arrived at Sea-Tac Airport from Vienna, where he was greeted by his wife, Ibado Hassan, center. Rabi had approval to be a lawful permanent resident, but those documents weren’t accepted and he was sent back to Vienna on Jan. 28 by U.S. Customs and Border Protection officials. Rabi is an immigrant from Somalia — one of the seven countries listed on President Trump’s travel ban. Michael Simpson Contributing writer
Isahaq Rabi, left, after he arrived at Sea-Tac Airport from Vienna, where he was greeted by his wife, Ibado Hassan, center. Rabi had approval to be a lawful permanent resident, but those documents weren’t accepted and he was sent back to Vienna on Jan. 28 by U.S. Customs and Border Protection officials. Rabi is an immigrant from Somalia — one of the seven countries listed on President Trump’s travel ban. Michael Simpson Contributing writer

Somali immigrant, banned by Trump order, is welcomed back to Seattle

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