See The 3 African Countries Trump Will No Longer Issue Visas To (List)

Barely a week after the inauguration of Donald Trump as the president of the United States, he is coming to terms with being in office and making moves to make the United States a better place.
Donald Trump, according to reports, is expected to approve some executive orders that include visa denial for citizens of Syria and six other middle eastern and African countries.
This tweet by the American president is believed to give credence to report on visa application denial and subsequent security measures in the United States:
Here is a list of the countries that may never be allowed to visit the United States under Donald Trump’s reign as the 45th American leader:
1. Syria
2. Iraq
3. Iran
4. Libya
5. Somalia
6. Sudan
7. Yemen
An undisclosed congressional aide and immigration experts revealed this and also backed it up by saying this move is in connection with the tweet.
According to Reuters, Stephen Legomsky, the chief counsel at US citizenship and immigration services in the last administration, informed that Trump has the legal power to limit refugee admissions and the issuance of visas to specific countries if the administration determined it was in the public’s interest.
The professor at Washington University School of Law in St Louis, said: “From a legal standpoint, it would be exactly within his legal rights.
“But from a policy standpoint, it would be terrible idea because there is such an urgent humanitarian need right now for refugees.”
The American president is expected to sign the first of the orders at the Department of Homeland Security, where immigration and border security-related issues are also being handled.
There had been a widespread uproar during Trump’s campaign when he proposed a temporary ban on Muslims migrating to the United States, this he believed, would protect the citizens from jihadist attacks.
But rather than place a ban on those of a specific religion, Trump and his nominee for attorney general, Senator Jeff Sessions, have agreed to focus on restrictions instead, with special focus on countries whose migrants could pose a threat.
Meanwhile, the American president has started fulfilling some of the promises he made prior to his election in November, 2016.
According to reports, Trump will sign an order for the construction of a wall along the Mexico border.

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