By Dana Kozlov

(CBS) – Several agonizing weeks finally came to an end for a Syrian woman Friday in Chicago.

On Jan. 28, Sahar Algonaimi flew to O’Hare International Airport to be with her sick mother, who’d just had a mastectomy.

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But that was also the day after President Trump signed his travel-ban executive order, and Algonaimi’s visa was revoked. Attorneys believe the Syrian citizen was the first person to be sent back from O’Hare.

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The setback devastated her family.

With the help of two Indiana congressman, lawyers and her family, Algonaimi finally arrived Friday.

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