The latest in the Trump administration’s crackdown on immigration has been a ban that would bar most Muslims from entering the U.S. The order, signed by President Donald Trump on Thursday, has sparked protests across the country.
It also has ignited a backlash from some in the country’s Muslim community.
(AP) The new order states that a person who enters the U, “shall be deemed to be inadmissible for any purpose to the United States” unless the person has an “extraordinary hardship.”
Trump’s order also suspends visas for all refugees for 120 days, as well as indefinitely bars entry to citizens of Syria, Iraq, Iran, Sudan, Libya, Somalia, Yemen and Somalia for 120 to 90 days.
The executive order, which does not appear to apply to citizens and green card holders from the seven majority-Muslim nations, has been criticized for potentially undermining the U of A’s efforts to recruit more students from these nations.
“It’s clear this is not a ‘Muslim ban’ and it’s not a Muslim vetting system,” said Omar Jadwat, a professor at the University of Minnesota Law School.
“These are the types of measures that we have seen in the past from this administration.”
Muslim American Advocates, an advocacy group, says it is concerned that the new order “will lead to increased fear, fear-mongering, and exclusion for Muslims in the U., especially among students, community members, and immigrants.”
The executive action, which took effect at noon Friday, also bars entry of anyone from Iran, Syria, Sudan and Libya for 90 days, and indefinitely bars admission to the U for any country, including Iran.
A draft of the order states: “A visa for any alien inadmissable for entry into the United State, except to the extent otherwise authorized by law, shall be issued to the alien at the time of entry.
The alien shall be allowed to remain in the United, pending the outcome of any proceedings under this order.”
The order does not provide an explanation for the delay, and it is unclear whether it will be followed by a new order.
It has also sparked criticism from several members of Congress.
“The President’s latest executive order is yet another dangerous step in the President’s war on our communities,” said Sen. Kamala Harris (D-Calif.).
“It will increase the likelihood that a Muslim would be subjected to extreme vetting, and will undermine the values that make our country great.”
Trump signed the order on Friday evening and issued a brief statement about it.
“President Trump has repeatedly said that America will be great again when Muslims and Christians are safe,” the statement read.
As Americans, we must continue to stand together and protect our values. “
We are all Americans, and we are all part of America.
As Americans, we must continue to stand together and protect our values.
“I have directed the Department of Homeland Security to begin the process of issuing visas for travelers from seven Muslim-majority countries, as this Executive Order takes effect.” “
The White House says it will issue new visas and allow U.s. citizens to enter the countries if necessary. “
I have directed the Department of Homeland Security to begin the process of issuing visas for travelers from seven Muslim-majority countries, as this Executive Order takes effect.”
The White House says it will issue new visas and allow U.s. citizens to enter the countries if necessary.
The president’s order came just a day after a court blocked Trump’s temporary travel ban.
Trump’s executive order temporarily bars the entry of all refugees and temporarily bars immigration from Iran for 90 to 90 and 120 days.
It was the latest move in a months-long effort to implement his controversial travel ban that had sparked protests nationwide.
The court order, however, said the order does only “not apply to” those from the countries.
The administration also announced it will allow green cardholders and visa holders from those seven countries to enter if they have special circumstances, such as being a family member of an American or a citizen or lawful permanent resident.
It did not provide any details on those circumstances.
The travel ban, which also included an immigration cap, has caused widespread criticism in recent days.
Thousands of people have taken to the streets of major cities across the nation.
Trump signed an executive order that would block people from Iran from entering.
It took effect a day later.
(Reuters) “The order itself is clearly not a ban, but it does not contain any restrictions on the countries where people are admitted or the people that are admitted,” said Ibrahim Hooper, a senior fellow at the Center for Immigration Studies, a right-wing think tank.
“That means that those who are admitted into the U can still travel in the future and do so without being blocked.
And the order itself does not apply to the countries in the list that were the first countries that were added.”
He said the White House’s statement to the court that “the Executive Order does not include any conditions or restrictions on nationals of countries that are currently a member of the Visa Waiver Program or the United Nations