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The order also temporarily stopped the entry of all refugees into the country and indefinitely halted the settlement of Syrian refugees.
Pursuant to the Act, the Secretary of Homeland Security had sixty days to determine whether additional countries or areas of concern should be subject to the travel or dual nationality restrictions under the Act. After careful consideration, and in consultation with the Director of National Intelligence and the Secretary of State, the Secretary of Homeland Security has determined that Libya, Somalia, and Yemen be included as countries of concern, specifically for individuals who have traveled to these countries since March 1, 2011. At this time, the restriction on Visa Waiver Program travel will not apply to dual nationals of these three countries. DHS continues to consult with the Department of State and the Office of the Director of National Intelligence to develop further criteria to determine whether other countries would be added to this list.
mposition of miscellaneous financial and other restrictions.
originally posted by: neo96
originally posted by: kosmicjack
a reply to: neo96
So 1/3 of our government has no say? That's simply incorrect.
A federal judge isn't 1/3 of our government. Let alone 3 of them.
The House/Senate/SCOTUS make up the 3/3.
A federal judge in Seattle on Friday granted a nationwide temporary restraining order blocking U.S. President Donald Trump's recent action barring nationals from seven countries from entering the United States.