Zool Suleman: Wait it out, say immigration lawyer to Canadian dual citizens, travellers

Canadian immigration lawyers are urging patience in the wake of Trump’s travel ban. Photo from Getty Images
Canadian immigration lawyers are urging patience in the wake of Trump’s travel ban. Photo from Getty Images

Immigration experts are warning caution and patience for confused Canadians hoping to cross the U.S. border since Donald Trump imposed a travel ban on several Muslim-majority countries.

“Is it vital that you have to be in the U.S. for business or, say, family reasons?” says Canadian immigration lawyer Zool Suleman.

“We have to be very cautious now and wait until things clear,” the Vancouver lawyer told Yahoo Canada News.

“It is chaos at the borders and at the airports. I wouldn’t go if it wasn’t essential for me to be there,” said Suleman, who has been an immigration lawyer since 1992.

Source: Wait it out, say immigration lawyers to Canadian dual citizens, travellers

Canadian Immigration lawyer Zool Suleman recently participated in two radio interviews about Trump’s Immigration Executive Orders and the sad events of Quebec City. Here are the links.

CBC Radio (at about 20 mins)
JAN. 30, 2017 Quebec Attack and Muslim Reactions.
André Gerolymatos of SFU, Vancouver Immigration lawyer Zool Suleman, Shawkat Hasan of BC Muslim Association and Mohammad Rafatinasr from Iran, in Canada on work permit, affected by US travel ban.

Roundhouse Radio 98.3
bit.ly/2ka4ALM

 

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