due to the fact that he was a U.S. citizen. However his member of the family- including his mother-weren’t allowed, despite holding permits. DETROIT (WJBK) -A local entrepreneur flies to Iraq to bring his mom back home to the US for medical treatment. Under President Trump’s restriction on migration and travel from seven predominately Muslim nations, he was forced to leave his family behind.His mom died just one day after being informed she could not return to the United States.Mike Hager ran away Iraq with his household throughout the Gulf War, returned throughout the Iraq war and worked together with United States Militaries and Army forces. He now owns a business in City Detroit and stated his mama would still be alive today if President Donald Trump had actually not instituted his travel ban on Muslim countries.Hager stated he was returning house with his family that included his sick mom. They were returning the home of
the United States where his mom has actually lived since 1995. As they were waiting in line at the airport in Iraq on Friday, he was informed that he could pass through because he was a U.S. citizen. But his member of the family -including his mommy -weren’t permitted, despite holding green cards.”They destroyed us. I chose my family, I returned by myself. They destroyed our family, “Hager said.Hager was born in Iraq and got away during the Gulf War. He resided in a refugee camp with his household for four years before settling in the United States. In the 2000s, he returned to Iraq where he worked as a professional for the United States Special forces in between 2003 and 2008 as an interpreter and cultural advisor. He even made it through being shot in the back while serving.He’s a happy American resident whose household has actually now been torn apart.”The immigration told us that the President of the United States put an order today- you men can not go,”he informed FOX 2’s Amy Lange.Hager, his niece, and 2 nephews were taking a trip with his 75-year-old mom, Naimma, the home of Michigan. They traveled to Iraq to go to household and when she fell ill. Hager stated he didn’t anticipate it to be an issue for the family to travel given that they all had permits and had lived in the United States for Twenty Years. “I was just surprised. I had to put my mama back on the wheelchair and take her back and call the ambulance and she was very mad. She knew right there if we send her back to the hospital she’s going to pass away-she’s not going to make it,”Hager said.Sadly, he was right. Naimma, resided in the United States given that 1995, wasn’t allowed to come house. She died in her native nation. Hager said if it weren’t for the order, his mother would still live today.He blames her death on President Trump.I actually believe this in my
heart: if they would have let us in, my mom-she would have made it and she would have been sitting here beside me, “Hager stated.” She’s gone since of him.”Just as the household was traveling, President Trump signed an executive order prohibiting travelers from seven majority-Muslim countries.Travelers from Iran, Iraq, Syria, Sudan, Libya, Yemen and Somalia are banned from taking a trip to the United States for 90 days so the nation can find” individuals with terrorist ties and stopping
them from entering the United States. “Hager states he has no idea when his nephews and niece will be able to return to the United States and he’s anxious about his own status-despite the fact that he is an American person.” This is our home. We have actually been here for too long, we have actually been here because we were kids,” Hager said. “If I’m not desired overseas in Iraq and I’m not desired here, then where do I go? What am I expected to do with my household?” Hager is grieving more than his mom; he’s also grieving the lifestyle he thinks that makes America terrific. He likewise has this message for the Leader in Chief:
“You need to comprehend you have a child -you have household- envision if somebody does that to your mama. You put the terrorists on this side-the bad people- but do not mix everyone together, “Hager stated.