The Muslim travel ban is over. What happens now?

It was a four-year long fight against the Muslim ban. Now, the work begins: catching up on the backlogs of immigration applications, reuniting families, and advocating for long-term immigration reform, say lawyers. “We were very pleased that the president committed to rescinding the ban on day one and did it. It was a stain on our nation’s moral character. It hurt so many families,” says Mary Bauer, legal director at Muslim Advocates. Still, she emphasises, “There’s a lot that remains to be done. We have been pushing the Biden administration to take a very pro-active approach, to go through an…

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