What to do if your country is included in the immigration Executive Order?

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As many of you have heard, there is a lot of confusion regarding Mr. Trump’s Executive Order regarding immigration. There are several precautions that you need to take, and they depend on whether you are in or outside the US and whether your country is covered. 

If you are a national of the seven countries, please be careful. As far as we know, holders of non-immigrant visas from those seven countries are not being allowed to board planes headed the US. If you are one of these people, please contact an immigration lawyer.

If you are a lawful permanent resident and you are not being allowed to board a plane, please contact an immigration lawyer ASAP. Such prohibition is unconstitutional. Your family members in the US should contact your congressional representative in your state for help. 

If you reach the he US and you get detained or questioned, do not say anything and refuse to sign any documents, especially form I-407. This form says that you’re abandoning your residence in the US. 

If you are a lawful permanent resident and you are detained, request a hearing before an immigration judge. THIS IS CRUCIAL. 

We are her to help if you face any difficulties.