Chinese National Turned away at US Airport for being a CCP member

On Sept. 17, the person went from China to the United States to visit his daughter. Customs authorities stopped him at the Detroit Metropolitan Airport and pushed him to a next-day flight back to China, saying that he “does not meet the requirement for entering the United States,” according to Zheng Cunzhu, a U.S.-based immigration lawyer responsible for this case.

The person denied holds a U.S. travel visa and did not withdraw from the Chinese Communist Party (CCP) for fear of affecting his pension benefits.

The case appears to be linked to a proposed U.S. visa ban targeting CCP members.

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