What impact will the new travel ban have on Minnesota?

What impact will the new travel ban have on Minnesota?

The Trump administration on Sunday night announced restrictions on nationals from three additional countries, including North Korea, along with those from five out of six Muslim-majority countries on the president's original list.

The indefinite restrictions apply to countries already on the so-called Muslim ban - Iran, Libya, Somalia, Syria and Yemen - with Chad and North Korea added to the list.

With his 90-day travel ban now expired, and the window for his 120-day refugee ban coming to a close, Trump announced a new immigration order effectively banning nearly all travel from eight countries, six of which have majority Muslim populations - indefinitely.

As part of the presidential proclamation signed Sunday, the USA will also bar the entry of certain Venezuelan government officials and their immediate families.

The original countries were Iraq, Iran, Libya, Somalia, Sudan, Syria and Yemen.

The president reportedly signed off on a new ban, restricting travelers from eight countries.

Trump tweeted that making America sage was his "number one priority". "We will not admit those into our country we can not safely vet", Mr Trump said.

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In a White House statement, Trump said he was fulfilling his "sacred obligation" to ensure the safety and security of the American people by issuing the new travel order.

To avoid confusion this time around, officials stressed that valid visas will not be revoked and case by case waivers will be permitted.

The new policy could complicate the Supreme Court's review of the order, which is scheduled for argument next month.

The previous ban, which sparked global outrage and legal challenges when enacted in March, expired on September 24. The announcement came just before the travel ban was going to expire and the reason behind this extended ban was that those eight nations were not taking enough measures to block terrorists from reaching the United States.

Additionally, the nation's highest court has ordered parties to address whether the fact that Trump's ban on refugees from all countries expires on October 24 renders that aspect of the case moot. Chad and North Korean nationals will no longer be authorized to enter the United States while restrictions on Venezuela target government officials and their families.

The administration's new directives did not address the ban on refugees from all countries, which is still in effect. Sudan, which was covered under both previous iterations of the ban, was not included in the latest edition.

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