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trump travel order to apply to those seeking new visas


washington — president donald trump's new travel ban order will temporarily halt entries to the united states for people from six muslim-majority countries who are seeking new visas.that's according to a fact sheet distributed to lawmakers and obtained by the associated press.trump will sign the order on monday. the new directive aims to address legal issues that arose from the original order, which was blocked by the courts.according to the fact sheet, people from sudan, syria, iran, libya, somalia and yemen who do not currently have valid visas will be blocked from coming to the u.s. for 90 days.iraq was originally included on the list of banned countries. but according to the fact sheet, iraq was removed from the order after agreeing to increase cooperation with the u.s. government on v






trump's new travel ban order will apply to those seeking new visas, fact sheet s


washington - president donald trump's new travel ban order will temporarily halt entries to the united states for people from six muslim-majority countries who are seeking new visas.that's according to a fact sheet distributed to lawmakers and obtained by the associated press.advertisement | advertise on newsdaytrump will sign the order on monday. the new directive aims to address legal issues that arose from the original order, which was blocked by the courts.editorialeditorial: trump’s immigration order wrongmore coveragelatest on president trump's travel banaccording to the fact sheet, people from sudan, syria, iran, libya, somalia and yemen who do not currently have valid visas will be blocked from coming to the u.s. for 90 days.iraq was originally included on the list of banned countr






president trump's revised travel ban to apply to those seeking new visas


president donald trump's revised travel ban will temporarily halt entry to the united states for people from six muslim-majority nations who are seeking new visas, allowing those with current visas to travel freely, according to a fact sheet obtained by the associated press.trump was to sign the new executive order on monday. the directive aims to address legal issues with the original order, which caused confusion at airports, sparked protests around the country and was ultimately blocked by the courts.the revised order is narrower and specifies that a 90-day ban on people from sudan, syria, iran, libya, somalia, and yemen does not apply to those who already have valid visas. the white house also dropped iraq from the list of targeted countries, following pressure from the pentagon and st






trump travel order to apply to those seeking new visas – the denver post


by julie pace and jill colvinwashington (ap) — president donald trump’s revised travel ban will temporarily halt entry to the united states for people from six muslim-majority nations who are seeking new visas, allowing those with current visas to travel freely, according to a fact sheet obtained by the associated press.trump was to sign the new executive order on monday. the directive aims to address legal issues with the original order, which caused confusion at airports, sparked protests around the country and was ultimately blocked by the courts.the revised order is narrower and specifies that a 90-day ban on people from sudan, syria, iran, libya, somalia, and yemen does not apply to those who already have valid visas. the white house also dropped iraq from the list of targeted countri






trump's new travel ban order will apply to those seeking new visas, exclude iraq


washington - president donald trump's revised travel ban will temporarily halt entry to the united states for people from six muslim-majority nations who are seeking new visas, allowing those with current visas to travel freely, according to a fact sheet obtained by the associated press.trump was to sign the new executive order on monday. the directive aims to address legal issues with the original order, which caused confusion at airports, sparked protests around the country and was ultimately blocked by the courts.most popular nation storiesthe revised order is narrower and specifies that a 90-day ban on people from sudan, syria, iran, libya, somalia, and yemen does not apply to those who already have valid visas. the white house also dropped iraq from the list of targeted countries, fol






a look at what's in, what's out in trump's new travel ban


washington — president donald trump's executive order temporarily barring all travelers from seven majority-muslim nations was in place for just eight days before a federal judge blocked it. nearly a month later, trump has rolled out a new order aimed at overcoming the legal challenges but accomplishing the same stated goal: keeping would-be terrorists out of the united states.a look at how the new order compares with the previous one.___banned foreignersold order: three-month ban on citizens from seven muslim-majority countries, including those who had valid visas but were outside the united states when the ban was signed.new order: three-month ban on issuing new visas for people from six muslim-majority countries — iraqi nationals are no longer banned — and exceptions for foreigners from






local backlash over trump's order to temporarily halt visas, start 'extreme vett


abdul “lucky” manan spent years working as an interpreter for u.s. special forces in afghanistan, helping military troops navigate the language, culture and “rules” of his homeland.it was a dangerous job that e with the promise of a special visa, which took three years and landed him in san diego two months ago.members of manan’s family were still waiting for their own promised visas, when president donald trump signed an executive order friday to block visas from specific from muslim-majority countries known for terrorist activities.“i lost family and friends who were killed because of my job. had i known, i would never have taken the job,” said manan, 31. “now, i fear for my family more than ever.”manan is part of a coalition of local civic leaders, national security experts and refugees






federal judge in seattle temporarily blocks trump's immigration order nationwide


a federal judge in seattle has temporarily blocked president trump's order to halt immigration from seven predominantly muslim countries. u.s. district judge james robert issued a temporary restraining order against the president's immigration restrictions on friday, and signaled that the order...






trump tweets on "extreme vetting" after deportations of visa holders halt


following a night of worldwide protests and a federal judge halting deportations of visa holders under his latest executive order, president trump defended his “extreme vetting” policy sunday, pointing to europe as a warning sign for a future without “strong borders.” mr. trump tweeted his message early sunday morning:he followed that up with another missive on christians facing execution in the middle east: u.s. district judge ann donnelly issued an emergency order urday evening stopping authorities from deporting those with valid visas from nations affected by mr. trump’s travel ban. “there is imminent danger that, absent the stay of removal, there will be substantial and irreparable injury to refugees, visa-holders, and other individuals” from those nations, donnelly wrote in her stay.






trump tweets on "extreme vetting" after deportations of visa holders halt


following a night of worldwide protests and a federal judge halting deportations of visa holders under his latest executive order, president trump defended his “extreme vetting” policy sunday, pointing to europe as a warning sign for a future without “strong borders.” mr. trump tweeted his message early sunday morning:he followed that up with another missive on christians facing execution in the middle east: u.s. district judge ann donnelly issued an emergency order urday evening stopping authorities from deporting those with valid visas from nations affected by mr. trump’s travel ban. “there is imminent danger that, absent the stay of removal, there will be substantial and irreparable injury to refugees, visa-holders, and other individuals” from those nations, donnelly wrote in her stay.






a look at trump's executive order on refugees, immigration


washington — president donald trump signed an executive order friday that makes major changes to america's immigration system, sparking confusion at airports, protests around the country and denunciations from leaders around the world.a look at what trump ordered and the reaction:___no entrytrump's executive order temporarily suspends all immigration for citizens of seven majority muslim countries for 90 days. they are: iraq, syria, iran, sudan, libya, somalia and yemen. the order also calls for homeland security and state department officials, along with the director of national intelligence, to review what information the government needs to fully vet would-be visitors and come up with a list of countries that don't provide it. the order says the government will give countries 60 days to






a look at trump's executive order on refugees, immigration


washington — president donald trump signed an executive order friday making major changes to america's policies on refugees and immigration.a look at what trump ordered:___syriatrump's order directs the state department to stop issuing visas to syrian nationals and halts the processing of syrian refugees. that will remain in effect until trump determines that enough security changes have been made to ensure that would-be terrorists can't exploit weaknesses in the current vetting system.___refugeestrump ordered a four-month suspension of america's broader refugee program. the suspension is intended to provide time to review how refugees are vetted before they are allowed to resettle in the united states.trump's order also cuts the number of refugees the united states plans to accept this bu






trump executive order: calls of 'let them in' at airport protests


protests have been taking place in some airports across the us after president donald trump signed an executive order banning migrants and refugees from several muslim countries. in a setback for mr trump, a federal judge has issued an emergency stay order that temporarily blocks the government from deporting people who land with valid visas.trump executive order: us judge temporarily halts deportations






state dept: fewer than 60,000 visas canceled by trump order


washington — fewer than 60,000 foreigners from seven majority-muslim countries had their visas canceled after president donald trump's executive order blocked them from traveling to the u.s., the state department said friday.that figure contradicts a justice department lawyer's statement friday during a court hearing in virginia about the ban. the lawyer in that case said that about 100,000 visas had been revoked.the state department clarified that the higher figure includes diplomatic and other visas that were actually exempted from the travel ban, as well as expired visas.trump's order, issued last friday, temporarily bans travel for people from iran, iraq, syria, sudan, somalia, libya and yemen. it also temporarily halts the u.s. refugee program.the hearing was focused on virginia's eff






democrats condemn trump's revised travel order as 'still a muslim ban'


closeskip in skipxembedxshare president donald trump's new travel ban order will temporarily halt entries to the united states for people from six muslim-majority countries who are seeking new visas. (march 6) apsenate minority leader chuck schumer, d-n.y., speaks on capitol hill on jan. 31, 2017.(photo: aaron p. bernstein, getty images) 1845 connectlinkedinemailmorewashington — democrats blasted president trump's revised immigrant travel restrictions monday, charging that they remain essentially a "muslim ban" despite the president's decision to remove iraq from the list of six countries covered by his executive order."a watered down ban is still a ban," said senate minority leader chuck schumer, d-n.y., who predicted the latest order would face "the same uphill climb" in court. "despite






a look at trump's executive order on refugees, immigration


washington — president donald trump signed an executive order friday making major changes to america's policies on refugees and immigration.a look at what trump ordered:___syriatrump's order directs the state department to stop issuing visas to syrian nationals and halts the processing of syrian refugees. that will remain in effect until trump determines that enough security changes have been made to ensure that would-be terrorists can't exploit weaknesses in the current vetting system.___refugeestrump ordered a four-month suspension of america's broader refugee program. the suspension is intended to provide time to review how refugees are vetted before they are allowed to resettle in the united states.trump's order also cuts the number of refugees the united states plans to accept this bu






trump expected to sign new travel ban order


washington — president donald trump is preparing to sign a revised executive order temporarily barring the entry of people from certain muslim-majority countries and halting the nation's refugee program.a white house official says plans to roll out the order are on track for monday. the official insisted on anonymity in order to discuss the order ahead of the official announcement.the new order has been in the works since shortly after a federal court blocked trump's initial effort, but the administration has repeatedly pushed back the signing.trump administration officials have said the new order aims to overcome the legal challenges to the first. it's goal will be the same: keep would-be terrorists out the united states while the government reviews the vetting system for refugees and vis






up to '60,000 visas revoked' after trump's travel ban


up to 60,000 travellers to the united states had their visas revoked after president donald trump ordered a ban on visitors from seven muslim-majority countries, according to the state department.the admission on friday e hours after us media reports quoted a government lawyer as saying that about 100,000 travel visas had been cancelled following trump's move.a week ago, trump issued an executive order halting arrivals for at least 90 days for the citizens of iran, iraq, libya, somalia, sudan, syria and yemen. all refugee arrivals from around the world were also halted, in this case for 120 days."fewer than 60,000 individuals' visas were provisionally revoked to comply with the executive order," will s, spokesman for the department's bureau of consular affairs, said on friday."we recognise






state dept: fewer than 60,000 visas canceled by trump order


washington — up to 60,000 foreigners from seven majority-muslim countries had their visas canceled after president donald trump's executive order blocked them from traveling to the u.s., the state department said friday.that figure contradicts a justice department lawyer's statement friday during a court hearing in virginia about the ban. the lawyer in that case said that about 100,000 visas had been revoked.the state department clarified that the higher figure includes diplomatic and other visas that were actually exempted from the travel ban, as well as expired visas.trump's order, issued last friday, temporarily bans travel for people from iran, iraq, syria, sudan, somalia, libya and yemen. it also temporarily halts the u.s. refugee program.the hearing was focused on virginia's efforts






inside the u.s. vetting system trump wants to replace


as the trump administration readies a new “extreme vetting” executive order that is expected to ban people from certain countries in order to give agencies time to review u.s. vetting procedures, many experts and former officials argue that the screening process is already rigorous.the revised travel ban, to be released this week, is again expected to bar entry for people from the seven countries in the president’s original order: iraq, iran, syria, somalia, sudan, libya and yemen. the 9th circuit court of appeals ruled earlier this month that the 90-day ban on people from those nations would not be reinstated after it was suspended by a lower court. it’s unclear whether the new ban will again attempt to block all refugees from the u.s. for 120 days and block syrian refugees indefinitely.p






trump's travel ban could have far-reaching consequences for presidential power


park police move a protest against president trump's revised executive order barring travel visas from six muslim-majority countries in lafayette park outside the white house monday.(photo: erik s. lesser, epa) 26 connect 1 linkedinemailmorewashington — president trump's new executive order sets up a court battle that could create a long-lasting precedent for presidential power — and not just on immigration law.trump rewrote his travel ban order monday, hoping to fortify it against court challenges that have argued that it discriminates against muslims. a key question now is: if the first order was discriminatory in its intent, can a rewrite of the order make that intent go away?"this case about the president's authority will undoubtedly be tremendously consequential for the scope of execu






trump's travel ban could have far-reaching consequences for presidential power


park police move a protest against president trump's revised executive order barring travel visas from six muslim-majority countries in lafayette park outside the white house monday.(photo: erik s. lesser, epa) 19 connect 1 linkedinemailmorewashington — president trump's new executive order sets up a court battle that could create a long-lasting precedent for presidential power — and not just on immigration law.trump rewrote his travel ban order monday, hoping to fortify it against court challenges that have argued that it discriminates against muslims. a key question now is: if the first order was discriminatory in its intent, can a rewrite of the order make that intent go away?"this case about the president's authority will undoubtedly be tremendously consequential for the scope of execu






trump's travel ban could have far-reaching consequences for presidential power


park police move a protest against president trump's revised executive order barring travel visas from six muslim-majority countries in lafayette park outside the white house monday.(photo: erik s. lesser, epa) 7 connect 1 linkedinemailmorewashington — president trump's new executive order sets up a court battle that could create a long-lasting precedent for presidential power — and not just on immigration law.trump rewrote his travel ban order monday, hoping to fortify it against court challenges that have argued that it discriminates against muslims. a key question now is: if the first order was discriminatory in its intent, can a rewrite of the order make that intent go away?"this case about the president's authority will undoubtedly be tremendously consequential for the scope of execut






trump's travel ban could have far-reaching consequences for presidential power


park police move a protest against president trump's revised executive order barring travel visas from six muslim-majority countries in lafayette park outside the white house monday.(photo: erik s. lesser, epa) 26 connect 1 linkedinemailmorewashington — president trump's new executive order sets up a court battle that could create a long-lasting precedent for presidential power — and not just on immigration law.trump rewrote his travel ban order monday, hoping to fortify it against court challenges that have argued that it discriminates against muslims. a key question now is: if the first order was discriminatory in its intent, can a rewrite of the order make that intent go away?"this case about the president's authority will undoubtedly be tremendously consequential for the scope of execu






trump signs new muslim travel ban excluding iraq | news


us president donald trump has signed a revised travel ban that will temporarily halt entry to the united states for people from six muslim-majority nations.the white house confirmed that trump signed the new order on monday, more than a month after he signed the first such directive that was ultimately blocked by the courts.a 90-day ban on travel to the united states will be imposed on citizens of iran, libya, syria, somalia, sudan and yemen.unlike the previous order, the new directive does not include iraq in its list of countries targeted, following pressure from the pentagon and state department, which had urged the white house to reconsider, given iraq's key role in fighting the islamic state of iraq and the levant (isil, also known as isis) group.travellers holding pre-existing visas






federal judge grants emergency stay allowing trump-stranded travelers who landed


a federal judge in brooklyn, new york issued an emergency stay on urday that temporarily blocks the u.s. government from sending people out of the country after they have landed at a u.s. airport with valid visas.the american civil liberties union estimates the stay will affect 100 to 200 people detained at u.s. airports or in transit, but government lawyers could not confirm that number.the ruling by judge ann donnelly of the u.s. district court for the eastern district of new york e during a hearing called after president donald trump issued an executive order blocking people from seven muslim-majority from entering the united states and putting a temporary halt to refugee admissions.(reporting by mica rosenburg, writing by frank mcgurty; editing by nick zieminski)






hundreds march in janesville against trump immigration ban


janesville, wis. — hundreds of demonstrators have rallied in janesville to protest president donald trump's now-blocked executive order temporarily limiting immigration.the janesville gazette (http://bit.ly/2jpawtp ) reports about 600 protesters gathered urday in a city park a few blocks from house speaker paul ryan's janesville home.demonstrators carried signs denouncing trump's plan to build a wall along the u.s.-mexico border, and his executive order to temporarily halt the flow of some immigrants into the country. a federal judge in washington state on friday temporarily blocked the refugee ban.the protest was organized and led by a group calling itself "showing up for racial justice." protesters later marched in downtown janesville and around the block outside ryan's congressional off






seattle judge temporarily blocks trump's immigration order nationwide


a federal judge in seattle has temporarily blocked president trump's order to halt immigration from seven predominantly muslim countries. u.s. district judge james robart issued a temporary restraining order against the president's immigration restrictions on friday, and signaled that the order applies to cases across the country. the suit was filed by the state of washington and joined by minnesota. the judge in his ruling did not address the state's claim that the immigration ban is unconstitutional. the court order said enforcement of the executive order signed by president trump last week must be suspended until the judge can make a final decision. the judge declined a request from a department of justice attorney to stay the order, but it's expected that the administration will a






the latest: trump privately signs revised travel ban


washington — the latest on president donald trump's new travel ban order (all times local):11:40 a.m.president donald trump has signed a revised travel ban that temporarily halts entry to the u.s. for people from six muslim-majority nations who are seeking new visas and suspends the country's refugee program.that's according to white house spokesman michael short, who says the signing was done privately.the new directive aims to address legal issues with the original order, which caused confusion at airports, sparked protests around the country and was ultimately blocked by federal courts.the revised order is narrower and specifies that a 90-day ban on people from sudan, syria, iran, libya, somalia and yemen does not apply to those who already have valid visas.the white house also dropped






how much is trump's order banning some refugees like obama's?


president donald trump says his executive order to freeze the flow of refugees and travelers from seven muslim countries is a lot like a program instituted six years ago by then-president barack obama.“my policy is similar to what president obama did in 2011 when he banned visas for refugees from iraq for six months,” trump said sunday evening. “the seven countries named in the executive order are the same countries previously identified by the obama administration as sources of terror.”“to be clear, this is not a muslim ban, as the media is falsely reporting,” the president continued. “this is not about religion – this is about terror and keeping our country safe.”there are some similarities. but a deeper comparison shows they differ in key ways, including, perhaps, intent.q: what was oba






san diego bishop condemns trump's immigration order


president trump’s executive order temporarily closing the u.s. to travelers and refugees from seven middle eastern countries is “shameful,” bishop robert mcelroy said in a written statement.“this week,” wrote the bishop, head of the roman catholic diocese of san diego, “the statue of liberty lowered its torch in a presidential action which repudiates our national heritage and ignores the reality that our lord and the holy family were themselves middle eastern refugees fleeing government oppression.“we cannot and will not stand silent.”the executive order blocked for 90 days the issuance of visas to people from syria, iran, iraq, somalia, libya, sudan and yemen. all of those nations have predominantly muslim populations.the order also calls for “extreme vetting” of all immigrants and visito






san diego's catholic bishop condemns trump's immigration order


president donald trump’s executive order temporarily closing the u.s. to travelers and refugees from seven middle eastern countries is “shameful,” said san diego bishop robert mcelroy  in a written statement.“this week,” wrote the bishop, head of the roman catholic diocese of san diego, “the statue of liberty lowered its torch in a presidential action which repudiates our national heritage and ignores the reality that our lord and the holy family were themselves middle eastern refugees fleeing government oppression.“we cannot and will not stand silent.”trump’s executive order blocked for 90 days the issuance of visas to people from syria, iran, iraq, somalia, libya, sudan and yemen. all of those nations have predominantly muslim populations.the order also calls for “extreme vetting” of all






airlines in iran: no tickets for iranians holding us visas


tehran, iran — foreign airlines have instructed iranian travel agencies not to sell u.s.-bound flight tickets to iranians holding u.s. visas after president donald trump's executive order banning visas for seven muslim countries, including iran.the move comes even though a u.s. judge on friday temporarily blocked the ban, siding with two states that urged a nationwide hold on the executive order that has launched legal battles across the country. the directive does not include u.s. airlines.in tehran, the kowsar travel agency told the ociated press they had been instructed by all foreign airlines not to sell tickets to iranians with visas to enter the u.s.the agency said there was no problem for those who have a permanent resident card or a u.s. p port.






a look at trump’s executive order on refugees, immigration


washington (ap) — president donald trump signed an executive order friday that makes major changes to america’s immigration system, sparking confusion at airports, protests around the country and denunciations from leaders around the world.a look at what trump ordered and the reaction:___no entrymost read storiesunlimited digital access. $1 for 4 weeks.trump’s executive order temporarily suspends all immigration for citizens of seven majority muslim countries for 90 days. they are: iraq, syria, iran, sudan, libya, somalia and yemen. the order also calls for homeland security and state department officials, along with the director of national intelligence, to review what information the government needs to fully vet would-be visitors and come up with a list of countries that don’t provide i






federal judge blocks deportations under trump's 'extreme vetting' order for refu


after a day of chaos at airports around the world, a federal judge in brooklyn on urday night stayed deportations under president trump’s executive order barring citizens of some muslim countries from entering the united states. u.s. district judge ann m. donnelly ordered a halt to any removal of refugees or others who hold valid visas to enter the united states—meaning those who have arrived at u.s. airports from the seven predominantly muslim countries named under the president’s executive order can remain, for now. the judge did not rule on the legality of the executive order, nor did she say that others who have not yet arrived in the u.s. can be allowed to proceed. the ruling e in response to a petition filed by the american civil liberties union on behalf of two iraqis detained a






the latest: us judge temporarily blocks trump's travel ban


seattle — the latest on a lawsuit by washington and minnesota seeking to halt president trump's immigration ban (all times local):3:55 p.m.a federal judge in seattle has temporarily blocked president donald trump's ban on people from seven predominantly muslim countries.u.s. district judge james robart granted a temporary restraining order friday at the request of washington state and minnesota that's effective nationwide.trump signed an executive order last week that sparked protests across the country and confusion at airports as some travelers were detained.lawyers for the u.s. government argued that the states don't have standing to challenge the order and said congress gave the president authority to make decisions on national security and admitting immigrants.washington attorney gene






up to '60,000 visas revoked' after trump's travel ban


up to 60,000 travellers to the united states had their visas revoked after president donald trump ordered a ban on visitors from seven muslim-majority countries, according to the state department.the admission on friday e hours after  us   media reports  quoted a government lawyer as saying that about 100,000 travel visas had been cancelled following trump's move.us universities denounce trump's muslim bana week ago, trump issued an executive order halting arrivals for at least 90 days for the citizens of iran, iraq, libya, somalia, sudan, syria and yemen. all refugee arrivals from around the world were also halted, in this case for 120 days."fewer than 60,000 individuals' visas were provisionally revoked to comply with the executive order," will s, spokesman for the department's bureau of






trump signs new 'muslim ban' on six countries | usa news


what's changed in the travel order?iraq not includedgreen card holders not affectedorder will not go into effect immediately, but on march 16syrians not singled out in refugee restrictions, included with othershomeland security promises 'no alleged chaos'language giving priority to religious minorities removeddonald trump has signed a revised travel ban that will temporarily halt entry to the us for people from six muslim-majority nations.under the republican president's order announced on monday, a 90-day ban on travel to the us will be imposed on citizens of iran, libya, syria, somalia, sudan and yemen.travellers holding pre-existing visas would still be allowed entry, according to the new order, which will come into effect at midnight on march 16."green card" holders - that is, those wh






democrats condemn trump's revised travel order as 'still a muslim ban'


closeskip in skipxembedxshare president donald trump's new travel ban order will temporarily halt entries to the united states for people from six muslim-majority countries who are seeking new visas. (march 6) apsenate minority leader chuck schumer, d-n.y., speaks on capitol hill on jan. 31, 2017.(photo: aaron p. bernstein, getty images) 6 connectlinkedinemailmorewashington — democrats blasted president trump's revised immigrant travel restrictions monday, charging that they remain essentially a "muslim ban" despite the president's decision to remove iraq from the list of six countries covered by his executive order."a watered down ban is still a ban," said senate minority leader chuck schumer, d-n.y., who predicted the latest order would face "the same uphill climb" in court. "despite the






justice department explains trump's latest travel ban


closeskip in skipxembedxshare president donald trump's new travel ban order will temporarily halt entries to the united states for people from six muslim-majority countries who are seeking new visas. (march 6) apa customs and border protection officer watches from inside the terminal on jan. 29, 2017, during a protest at hartsfield-jackson atlanta international airport after new immigration policies enacted by president donald trump.(photo: erik s. lesser, epa) 6391 connect 2 linkedinemailmorepresident trump signed an executive order monday that suspends travel for 90 days for people from six terror hot spots. here are some questions and answers provided by the justice department to clarify the order, which revises an order signed jan. 27.1. who does the order apply to?citizens and nationa






justice department explains trump's latest travel ban


closeskip in skipxembedxshare president donald trump's new travel ban order will temporarily halt entries to the united states for people from six muslim-majority countries who are seeking new visas. (march 6) apa customs and border protection officer watches from inside the terminal on jan. 29, 2017, during a protest at hartsfield-jackson atlanta international airport after new immigration policies enacted by president donald trump.(photo: erik s. lesser, epa) 3919 connect 2 linkedinemailmorepresident trump signed an executive order monday that suspends travel for 90 days for people from six terror hot spots. here are some questions and answers provided by the justice department to clarify the order, which revises an order signed jan. 27.1. who does the order apply to?citizens and nationa






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