The travel ban that President Trump executed banned seven Muslim countries, Syria, Iraq, Libya, Somalia, Yemen, Sudan, and Iran. In those nations, as well as in the U.S, the ban has caused emotions to flare through many Americans.
However, it would seem that foreign airlines have ordered Iranian travel agencies not to sell tickets for flights to the United States to Iranians who hold U.S. visas. This announcement came not too long after Trump issued his executive travel ban on all seven Muslim countries.
Yet on Friday a U.S. judge temporarily blocked the ban. The judge’s rule came after two states called for a nationwide hold on the president’s executive order. The travel ban has caused multiple legal issues that are spanning across the country.
A Kowsar agency, according to sources, said that in Tehran they had been told by all foreign airlines not to let those with U.S. visas buy tickets to the United States. Yet it would seem that those who are permanent residents or have a U.S. passport will no issue at all purchasing tickets to the U.S.