Several judges at the U.S. 9th Circuit Court of Appeals held session on Tuesday, Feb. 7 to address the travel ban signed into executive order by President Donald Trump.

"The seven countries encompass only a relatively small percentage of Muslims," Judge Richard Clifton, an appointee of President George W. Bush, said to the L.A. Times.

It appears that a decision will be made later in the week, but for now what the future of this ban holds is the future for many affected people – including students on USC campus.

President of the USC Muslism Student Union, Aamna Asif spoke to International News Anchor, Barbara Estrada about how students are reacting and what her thoughts are as someone of Muslim faith.