MADISON — An attorney for a Syrian man living in Wisconsin who sued over President Donald Trump’s travel bans said Friday that the man has been reunited with his wife and young daughter after three years.
Attorney Vincent Levy told The Associated Press that his client’s wife and daughter obtained their visas and traveled out of Syria to Jordan and then to the United States. They arrived in Wisconsin Wednesday evening.
“In the face of two executive orders that sought to prevent innocent refugees and asylum seekers from seeking safety in the United States, the reunion … is a victory, not just for our client and his wife and young daughter, but for the rule of law as well,” Levy said.
Both Pres. Trump’s initial ban and a subsequent replacement have been largely blocked by federal courts.
The man alleged in a February lawsuit that Pres. Trump’s first travel ban halted his efforts to …
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