Trump’s travel ban leaves global businesses and entrepreneurs hanging

This article was published by LA Times on January 31, 2017 and features commentary from Reaz Jafri. 

Reporting from San Francisco — When Silicon Valley entrepreneur Sasha Eslami boarded a flight to Argentina on Thursday for a business trip, he had no idea that by the next day, the United States — a country he had called home for the last 14 years — would close its borders to him.

“I was only planning on being in Argentina for two months to do recruitment,” said Eslami, 28, an Iranian citizen and U.S. permanent resident who fears that he won’t be able to return from Buenos Aires because of President Trump’s controversial executive order blocking U.S. entry to refugees and nationals of seven Muslim-majority countries.

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