Trump's Administration Announced NEW Travel Ban Signed By the President!
This Monday another executive order was signed by President Donald Trump for the new travel ban. The revised travel ban includes only six countries, unlike the previous Trump's travel ban which was signed on January 27, 2017.
President Donald Trump signed a new travel ban this Monday which is a more limited version of the previous travel ban.
This new travel ban executive order includes only six countries, unlike the prrevious travel ban which President Trump signed in January. Iraq was removed from the list of countries with a ban.
The new executive order supersedes the order issued this year on January 27, besides the discharge of Iraq from the list of countries with a ban for 90 days, it allows Syrian refugees from resettlement in the US and drops a provision that will make the process a lot easier for the Christian refugees.
Also in this order, the people from these six countries stated on the list: Iran, Syria, Sudan, Yemen, Somalia, and Libya are not permitted to have visas in the next 90 days after the order is started, and that's at Midnight on March 16.
People from these countries who had legal visas before the order are also аllowed to travel to the U.S.
Here is the video from the press of Trump's Administration announcing the new travel ban executive order, and everything it includes: