We’ve seen the news coverage about the upcoming global travel restrictions.
Some countries are planning on limiting people from traveling to those countries.
In fact, it’s already happening, according to a recent poll.
Many of the countries banning travel to the U.S. and other countries in the region are doing so in an effort to protect citizens.
So we’re looking to make sure that you can sign this petition to help protect you from the restrictions and keep you safe.
The first petition to be signed is from a friend who lives in Canada, and he’s a naturalized citizen.
He’s a big fan of the travel ban.
He writes, “The world is full of people who come from all over the world and travel to Canada and other places to work and visit family.
But I think the travel restrictions are wrong and I think they will be a barrier to those who do want to travel and see the world.”
He’s got more than 1,500 signatures and is going to send it to the White House to show them that he’s not a racist.
The second petition is from an American who works at an airline.
He lives in Europe, and his wife and kids are not from the United States.
He says, “I’m a U.D.A. immigrant, and I’ve been living in Europe for years, and my wife and I are not American citizens.
I think it’s a great idea to try and have this petition.
We have no control over the country, but I think we should try to get some input from the American people.”
And the third petition is one from a Canadian who works in the aerospace industry.
He works in Toronto, and also lives in Germany.
He thinks that the travel restriction should be expanded to cover the entire continent.
“It’s not about just the United Kingdom, but Canada, France, Germany, the Netherlands, Switzerland, Austria and Belgium.
It should cover all of those countries, so the petition should include all of them.
It will be good to see what the U of T thinks about this petition and how it affects them.”
This is the next step in the petition drive, and they need your help.
We’re asking you to take a moment to sign the petition.
They’ve got a deadline of November 1st, but it’s still possible that it might change.
You can sign the first petition or the second petition at the top of this page.