Immigration attorneys have lined up at LAX to help those passengers who may have been affected by President Donald Trump's revised travel ban.
Lawyers from various organizations have reached out to those international travelers who are arriving at LAX as part of a makeshift welcome party. The group says they're at the airport to create a welcoming atmosphere and to let people from other countries know that there will be someone who will fight for them to stay in the US.
New guidelines outlined by the Trump administration require people traveling to the U.S. from six Muslim-majority countries must prove they have close family ties in this country. However, critics say what defines 'close' is not specified and overly vague.