Less than 60 thousand visas were cancelled after the signing of the immigration decree of the President of the United States Donald trump. Such data leads the U.S. Department of state, reports the Associated Press.
Earlier, The Washington Post reported that the number of visas cancelled because of the decree trump is more than 100 thousand the Publication relied on data that led the lawyer representing the interests of the government at the trial in Virginia to ban in the US of two citizens of Yemen.
We are talking about the decree of trump, which is called “On the protection of the country from the entry of foreign terrorists.” It was signed on January 27. The document introduced a 90-day ban on entry for citizens of seven countries (Iran, Iraq, Yemen, Libya, Syria, Somalia, and Sudan). The decree also suspended the reception of any refugees in 120 days and indefinitely banned the admission of refugees from Syria.
Earlier on Friday it became known that the American civil liberties Union (ACLU) filed a class action lawsuit against the immigration decree trump. The company believe that de facto, the decree will affect immigrants who are already living in the United States. The main plaintiffs are holders of a student visa.