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    Mo Farah faces being BANNED from returning to his family in America

    President Trump has issued a 90-day ban on refugees from seven countries Sir Mo is originally from Somalia, one of the countries on Donald Trump's list It could mean he will be banned from re-entering the USA, where he lives with his wife an

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President Trump has issued a 90-day ban on refugees from seven countries Sir Mo is originally from Somalia, one of the countries on Donald Trump's list It could mean he will be banned from re-entering the USA, where he lives with his wife and their children The ban applies to those from the seven countries even if they are travelling on a passport issued by another country Sir Mo is thought to be training in Ethiopia where he tweeted from a week ago

Olympic hero Sir Mo Farah could be banned from returning to his home in America after Donald Trump's immigration crackdown.

The sprinter, who lives with his family in Oregon, is believed to be training in Ethiopia at the moment, and recently tweeted from there.

President Trump's immigration crackdown prevents refugees coming into the USA from seven Muslim majority countries for 90 days and those from Syria indefinitely.

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Mo and his wife along with their four children, are based in Oregon and he shared this picture after their family holiday in Hawaii

Mo and his wife along with their four children, are based in Oregon and he shared this picture after their family holiday in Hawaii

Mo Farah tweeted about his training from Ethiopia a week ago so it is not currently clear whether he is still out of the USA

Mo Farah tweeted about his training from Ethiopia a week ago so it is not currently clear whether he is still out of the USA

The ban also affects those with dual nationality, who were born in one of the seven countries, returning to the USA if they are currently away.  

In a statement that the State Department is due to release, which was reviewed by The Wall Street Journal, the 90-day visa moratorium extends beyond just citizens of Iraq, Iran, Somalia, Sudan, Syria, Libya and Yemen.

It also applies to people who originally hail from those countries but are traveling on a passport issued by any other nation, the statement notes.



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