Fouad Alali 34 of Kent, smiles after arriving to Seattle-Tacoma International Airport to meet his sister Zaynab Alali, left, Sunday February 5, 2017, after a federal judge ordered a halt to President Donald Trump’s travel ban. Fouad, a green-card holder and baker at Essential Baking Company, was visiting their sick mother at home in Iraq.
Fouad Alali 34 of Kent, smiles after arriving to Seattle-Tacoma International Airport to meet his sister Zaynab Alali, left, Sunday February 5, 2017, after a federal judge ordered a halt to President Donald Trump’s travel ban. Fouad, a green-card holder and baker at Essential Baking Company, was visiting their sick mother at home in Iraq. Bettina Hansen The Seattle Times
Fouad Alali 34 of Kent, smiles after arriving to Seattle-Tacoma International Airport to meet his sister Zaynab Alali, left, Sunday February 5, 2017, after a federal judge ordered a halt to President Donald Trump’s travel ban. Fouad, a green-card holder and baker at Essential Baking Company, was visiting their sick mother at home in Iraq. Bettina Hansen The Seattle Times

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