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President Trump announced on Jan. 31 he expand the existing travel ban for a further six countries. You are on the seven countries currently under travel restrictions: Iran, Libya, North Korea, Somalia, Syria, Venezuela and Yemen.

Which countries will be added to the travel restrictions?

Presidential proclamation 9983 limits the issuance of immigration visas — for those who live or work in the U.S. permanently – by nationals from Myanmar (Burma, Eritrea, Kyrgyzstan, and Nigeria. Trump proclamation of the message of the diversity visa lottery keeps program for nationals of Tanzania and the Sudan. These new restrictions do not apply for tourist, business or other nonimmigrant travel.

Why has the trump card-management, expand prohibit traveling?

Trump has cited national security. The Department of Homeland Security completed a review of the safety of countries and discusses the extent to which the countries share information about passports, and the potential bad actors, as well as whether the country presents an increased risk to national security in relation to crime, terrorism and illegal immigration.

What time is this in force?

Trump Presidential Proclamation Lists Feb. 21 as the date of entry into force.

The countries from the list?

Yes. Chad has been removed from the list, in the year 2018. And countries are reviewed every six months, whether you have said political cooperation with the United States, improve their security, DHS Secretary Chad Wolf, Act.

What has the Congress the answer?

Democrats trump have slammed the actions as a Muslim ban, based on Trump’s intention, declared during his 2016 campaign, calling for a total and complete shutdown of the Muslims, the figure in the United States to the representatives of our country, what the hell is going on.”

The House Judiciary Committee on Wednesday is expected to prohibit the “No-ban law”, the repeal Trump the travel and prevents another President from the focus on religious groups entering the country. The bill was introduced by Rep. Judy Chu, D-Calif., in the house. The Republicans have refused to protect the law as a knee-jerk attempt by Democrats to undercut Trump and his efforts to the national security.

Fox News’ Adam Shaw contributed to this report.

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