Those hoping to immigrate to the U.S. from one of the seven countries affected by President Trump’s immigration order now face uncertain futures.  For those seeking refugee status, it’s even more unclear. Many of those people have risked their lives helping U.S. troops overseas, providing intelligence, aid and translating for Americans on the ground. Thousands of Iraqis have resettled in the U.S. since 2008 under special visa programs created specifically to help those who put their lives in danger to help American soldiers. That process takes on average, 18 to 24 months, and more than 50 thousand are still waiting to be processed, according to the International Refugee Assistance Project. Jim talks with one former translator, Wisam Al-Baidhani, who made it to this country in 2012 and former Army Sargent Peter Farley, who helped facilitate his move. Jim gets their perspective on the refugee process, and the changes to come under the travel ban.