President of USA Donald trump is likely to sign governmental orders that will levy provisional ban on most of the refugees and also the visa suspension for immigrants from Syria, six Middle Eastern and African nations. This was reported by officials of the US Congress and immigration experts.
Trump is anticipated to sign the first three executive actions that include the construction of a wall along Mexico borders on his tour to the Homeland Security Department. One more official of the US Congress has also informed that more executive actions will be passed in the next few days, as quoted by the Times of India.
The US President was quoted over a tweet as planning to make it a big day for the national security on Wednesday. It is anticipated that a total ban will be imposed on the entry of refugees into the US for many months excluding sections of religious minorities who are threatened with persecution till the time enhanced tough security measures are implemented.
He will also pass executive orders that will ban issue of visas to any nationals from Syria, Iran, Somalia, Iraq, Yemen, and Sudan as reported by Congress officials on grounds of anonymity.
The proposal will intend to completely ban all refugees for at least four months and visa blockage for nationals of nations with the Muslim majority. This was informed by a representative from a public policy association monitoring issues of refugees. The representative was apprised of the proposed governmental action by a Congress official.
The construction of a wall all along the borders of Mexico is a part of the wide measures aimed at border security as well as decreasing the numbers of illegal migrants residing in the US.
The official sources have confirmed that Trump will sign the first orders on Wednesday. He will focus on the issue of refugees later this week as his first priority is to strengthen the safety of the nation’s borders.