A young girl separated from her family for several years is now reunited with her loved ones after arriving in San Francisco Sunday.
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Eman Ali is a little girl whose parents are both U.S. citizens. Her siblings already live in California, but because of convoluted immigration laws, further complicated by last week’s travel ban, she was stranded in Yemen–a dangerous, war-torn country. She was stranded there for four years without her immediate family.
After all that time apart, Salma Ali waited anxiously for her little sister Eman to arrive at SFO, stepping on U.S. soil for the first time.
With a grin across her face, 12-yearo-old Ali walked out of customs and into Salma’s arms.
Eman’s story began 12 years ago when her mother, a U.S. citizen, was traveling and gave birth to her in Yemen.
It wasn’t until Friday, when a federal judge in …