>> Turned away by Trump's America. Iraq, one of the seven Muslim majority countries, now restricted from entering the US. The Naya family were getting ready to head to the airport. Six months of interviews and applications, the visas were secured. But then they got a call from the International Office of Migration, the trip was now off.
>> This decision is unjust. And now, no one knows their fate.>>
> They were about to be reunited with Yudida's brother who used to work as an interpreter in the US Army. A job his other brother didn't survive.>> They don't take the people who worked with the Americans, they will be all killed.
It's hard, it's really hard.>> This family, just one of hundreds, caught up in the travel ban. I'm Reuters Emily Wither in Northern Iraq. This camp is about 30 minutes from Mosul. The people here are mostly from the minority Yazidi community. They survived what the UN have called a genocide at the hands of Islamic State.
Asylum claims from refugees that belong to minority religions are prioritized. But the new system's rules are vague. Throwing the entire system into confusion. For many Iraqis, this U-turn is tough to swallow after years of service to American forces.>> We worked with them. We protected them. We never expected this end.
We cannot believe the decision. We are sure he will change his mind.>> This family say it's a decision that means life or death.