It’s unbelievable as Washington; President Donald Trump has prepared to sign since another revised executive travel ban order, targeting certain Muslim majority countries as well as halting the nation’s refugee program.
A White House official stated that the travel ban order plans will be rolled out on track Monday. He insisted that on anonymity so as to discuss the order ahead of official announcement.
This travel ban order has been there after a federal court blocked Trump’s initial effort, although the administration severally pushed it back the signing, hence working towards a better coordination with agencies that will automatically implement the travel order ban.
Presidents Trump administration officials have said that the new travel ban order aims to overcome the legal challenges in the first place! Its main aim is always the same… making sure they keep would-be terrorists out of US while the government reviews excellent vetting system for refugees as well as visa applications from several parts of the entire world.
Trump’s original travel order ban temporarily blocked citizens of Iraq, Somalia, Sudan, Iran, Yemen, Libya as well as Syria from coming to the United States, not to forget how he put the hold on the US refugee program.
This Trump’s revised travel ban order is expected to remove Iraq from the list of those countries facing a temporary U.S travel ban for 90 days. This also follows pressure from the Pentagon as well as the State Department, urging the White House to reconsider, giving Iraq’s key role in fighting Islamic state group.
Following to a draft version of the new travel ban order outlined a lawmaker late last week. Citizens of the rest six countries will have to face the mentioned 90 days suspension of Visa processing the administration countries, hence analyzing how to improve vetting procedures on the whole state.
Other changes are also expected, which include making clear that all existing visas will be honored and no longer single out Syrian refugees for an indefinite ban. Syrian refugees will now be treated like other refugees and be subjected to a 120-day suspension of the refugee program.
This new travel ban order version is as well expected to remove any language that will give priority to religious minorities. Critics had accused the administration of adding such language to help Christians get into the United States while excluding Muslims.
President Trump signed his original Executive order late January 2017, Sparking lots of confusion and anger among travelers who were detained at U.S airports, having them barred boarding flights at foreign airports.
The signing is expected to spark a new round of lawsuits and disagreement.
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