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Ward Faraj al-Jamous, a child Syrian refugee, rests his head on a stack of documents as his father gives an interview, after his family was prevented from travel to the United States when President Donald Trump's executive order blocking entry to citizens from seven Muslim-majority countries, including Syria, was enacted without warning, in the Jordanian capital Amman on February 1, 2017.
After spending over a year amid interviews, health and security checks, the Jamous family of seven was contacted by a representative from the International Organisation of Migration (IOM) who told him that the family's immigration and resettlement plans were suspended indefinitely. / AFP / Khalil MAZRAAWI        (Photo credit should read KHALIL MAZRAAWI/AFP/Getty Images)
Ward Faraj al-Jamous, a child Syrian refugee, rests his head on a stack of documents as his father gives an interview, after his family was prevented from travel to the United States when President Donald Trump's executive order blocking entry to citizens from seven Muslim-majority countries, including Syria, was enacted without warning, in the Jordanian capital Amman on February 1, 2017.
After spending over a year amid interviews, health and security checks, the Jamous family of seven was contacted by a representative from the International Organisation of Migration (IOM) who told him that the family's immigration and resettlement plans were suspended indefinitely. / AFP / Khalil MAZRAAWI        (Photo credit should read KHALIL MAZRAAWI/AFP/Getty Images)

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