Attorneys are observing an uptick in canceled Global Entry memberships, and they suspect it is related to President Donald Trump's policies on immigration and border controls.

After a federal judge on Friday ruled to temporarily invalidate Trump's so-called travel ban, the U.S. Department of Homeland Security said it "suspended any and all actions implementing the affected sections" of the order. Legal challenges to the Jan. 27 order are working through the courts.

In the meantime, though, the executive branch's approach to expedited border crossing programs Nexus and Global Entry seems to have changed.

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