Iranians stranded by US ban tells of jobs at risk and families in disarray

Some say border guards asked for social network passports along with other personal information

Iranians have responded to Donald Trump’s executive order with shock and anger amid growing international outrage at the entry ban on people from Muslim-majority countries including Libya, Somalia, Yemen, Iran, Iraq, Syria and Sudan.

Iranians form the biggest share of immigrants in the US out of the seven countries on Trump’s list, and many stranded in the US took to social media to share their experiences, reporting families in disarray and careers in jeopardy.

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