Murtadha Al-Tameemi, 24, an Iraqi-born software engineer at Facebook in Seattle, no longer will be able to travel to Canada to visit with family because of new visa restrictions ordered by President Donald Trump.
Murtadha Al-Tameemi, 24, an Iraqi-born software engineer at Facebook in Seattle, no longer will be able to travel to Canada to visit with family because of new visa restrictions ordered by President Donald Trump. Courtesy of Murtadha Al-Tameemi
Murtadha Al-Tameemi, 24, an Iraqi-born software engineer at Facebook in Seattle, no longer will be able to travel to Canada to visit with family because of new visa restrictions ordered by President Donald Trump. Courtesy of Murtadha Al-Tameemi

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