O'Hare International Airport

Chicago immigration attorney: 'Get back to the states as soon as possible'

Chicago immigration attorney: 'Get back to the states as soon as possible'

Chicago lawyers expect a wave of Middle Eastern travelers to begin arriving at O'Hare International Airport on Saturday after a federal judge in Washington state on Friday issued a temporary order against enforcement of President Donald Trump's immigration ban.

Local immigration attorney Fiona McEntee said if everything goes as planned, anyone arriving with a visa will be let through customs as they were before Trump's Jan. 27 order that placed a ban on entry by citizens of seven majority-Muslim countries, as well as refugees.

Trump, via tweets from his estate in Florida, vowed to fight the order from U.S. District Judge James L. Robart, who concluded the court "must...

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