How to defend yourself against a Trump travel order: 1.
Know the law 2.
Have your own facts 3.
Be respectful of others 4.
Resist threats and intimidation 5.
Avoid being an embarrassment or a distraction 6.
If you’re a Muslim, wear a full face veil and be polite.
If your family members are not American citizens, ask your parents to apply for green cards.
Keep your contact information on file at the Department of Homeland Security.
Don’t go out alone.
Don�t go to certain places on public transportation. 11.
Don �t lie about your religion or religion background.
Don`t be a tourist.
Be wary of security checkpoints and immigration authorities.
Do not take any photos of your passport.
15. Don���t make threats against your country or its leaders.
Don��t try to influence the legal process by using your voice or your appearance.
Avoid becoming a law enforcement officer.
Donât lie to anyone.
Be a good neighbor.
Avoid making assumptions about others.
Avoid using a smartphone while driving.
If a family member is traveling with you, keep the family together and avoid talking to strangers.
Don’t share information about yourself or your family with anyone.
Avoid sharing any personal or financial information.
Keep social media private.
Don´t go anywhere without someone�s permission.
Be careful when visiting foreign countries.
Be cautious around pets.
Donít wear any jewelry that isnât gold or silver. 30.
Don ��t buy any gifts or other merchandise from someone who is not a US citizen or permanent resident.
Donót wear perfume that contains the chemical trichloroethylene, which is banned under the travel ban.
Avoid wearing jewelry that contains synthetic dyes, such as synthetic gold or metallic gold.
Don t wear any clothing that is made with any material that contains trichlominingene, the chemical that caused a major chemical release in the aftermath of the Exxon Valdez oil spill.
Avoid purchasing food, drinks, or medications from overseas.
Don do not buy cigarettes or other tobacco products from an overseas distributor.
Don avoid wearing a mask in public places.
Don wear sunglasses in public spaces.
Don use a security pass in public buildings.
Don don a face shield in public.
Don get your own travel documents.
Don make sure you use your name on any of your IDs, as they may be confiscated if you don�t.
Don contact local officials about the travel order.
If visiting another country, don�ll wear a hat or scarf that covers your face.
Don take photos with your phone and email them to the White House.
Be nice to everyone.
Don spend your money with a local merchant.
Don have a local grocery store open 24 hours a day, 7 days a week.
Don buy any products that are imported from outside the US. 49.
Don pay your phone bill at home.
Be courteous and polite to your co-workers and family members.
Don share information on social media with the government.
Don stay away from places with the word “Trump” or “Trumpism” in the title.
Don visit a political rally or political event only if you know you�re being monitored.
Don bring any personal items to political events.
Be aware that if you are in a public place and someone is making a political statement, they could be arrested or detained.
Avoid getting involved in politics and protest.
If in doubt, stay out of crowds.
Don wait until a person has already finished talking before you speak.
Don watch a live television program or television show if you cannot get an accurate time to leave.
Don go to a party or concert when there is a high risk of disruption or an attack.
Don dress conservatively, not conservatively conservative.
Be discreet and respectful when you go out.
Avoid socializing in public unless you know it will be monitored.
If someone is trying to take your phone or computer, avoid opening or closing your door.
Don turn on or off the air conditioner in the bathroom.
Be extra careful about keeping your belongings in your car, because if they are stolen, it could lead to a civil suit.
Don check the front of your purse for items that might be used to steal them.
Be sure to get a copy of the immigration order from the US Citizenship and Immigration Services office before you leave.
Don talk to people you don’t know.
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