Amr Mozeb, shown here with his wife Wahdeh and their two sons at their home in Djibouti, spent his high school and college years in the U.S. and was naturalized as a teenager. His children are U.S. citizens, but his wife, a Yemeni national, has been denied a U.S. visa.

Amr Mozeb, shown here with his wife Wahdeh and their two sons at their home in Djibouti, spent his high school and college years in the U.S. and was naturalized as a teenager. His children are U.S. citizens, but his wife, a Yemeni national, has been denied a U.S. visa.

Amr Mozeb, shown here with his wife Wahdeh and their two sons at their home in Djibouti, spent his high school and college years in the U.S. and was naturalized as a teenager. His children are U.S. citizens, but his wife, a Yemeni national, has been denied a U.S. visa.

Amr Mozeb, shown here with his wife Wahdeh and their two sons at their home in Djibouti, spent his high school and college years in the U.S. and was naturalized as a teenager. His children are U.S. citizens, but his wife, a Yemeni national, has been denied a U.S. visa.