Full details of the immigration ban

A full description of the ban can be found in this White House document. You’re going to want to know how the new rules work. The full ban will be lifted in the following…

Full details of the immigration ban

A full description of the ban can be found in this White House document.

You’re going to want to know how the new rules work.

The full ban will be lifted in the following months. For instance, foreign students will not be banned while they are still in school, as they are now. Instead, they can apply for a one-year visa that allows them to travel anywhere in the U.S. without restriction.

We have looked at the partial list below.

1. In addition to current high-priority visa holders like U.S. citizens, there are other categories of people who won’t be banned – unless the government changes their visas. For example, some people applying for short-term visitor visas, such as students, will now have more opportunities to complete those visas if they receive them in a timely manner. Applicants can also get expedited green cards for “good cause.”

(Unless noted, the following categories are exempt from the ban. For further information on each category, see a Farsi-language version of the list on the U.S. State Department website.)

1. Medical emergency or transfer

2. Current State Department holders of F-1 (nonimmigrant) visas, including embassy and consulate visa officers, except the U.S. Consulate in Karachi

3. Current and future U.S. Treasury Department employees

4. Current and future F-2 (nonimmigrant) visa holders, except the U.S. Consulate in Karachi

5. Current and future U.S. federal government employees

6. Current or future Department of Defense employees

7. Current or future Homeland Security employees

8. Current or future employees of foreign intelligence agencies and foreign governments

9. Current or future employees of foreign diplomatic mission

10. Current or future Foreign Service officers

11. Current or future employees of U.S. Army or Air Force

12. Current or future employees of Secret Service

13. U.S. Coast Guard

14. U.S. Special Operations Command

15. U.S. Army

16. U.S. Marines

17. U.S. Naval Research Laboratory

18. U.S. Navy

19. U.S. Postal Service

20. U.S. Customs and Border Protection

21. U.S. Special Operations Command

22. U.S. South Korean Ministry of National Defense

23. U.S. Army Europe

24. U.S. Army Europe

25. U.S. State Department officers, including consular employees and diplomatic mission officers

26. U.S. Navy

27. U.S. Army Europe

28. U.S. Army Europe

29. U.S. Marine Corps

30. U.S. Coast Guard

31. U.S. Navy

32. U.S. Marine Corps

33. U.S. Diplomatic Mission officers in Hawaii

34. U.S. Diplomatic Mission officers in Guam

35. U.S. Diplomatic Mission officers in Guam

36. U.S. State Department officer in Puerto Rico

37. U.S. Department of the Interior officers in the West Bank and Egypt

38. U.S. Department of the Interior officers in the Mediterranean

39. U.S. State Department officers in the Middle East and North Africa

40. U.S. State Department officers in the South China Sea

41. U.S. State Department officers in Pakistan

42. U.S. Air Force officers in Afghanistan

43. U.S. Army officers in the Middle East

44. U.S. Navy officers in the Middle East

45. U.S. Naval officers in the Middle East

46. U.S. State Department officers in South Asia and East Asia

47. U.S. State Department officers in West Africa

48. U.S. State Department officers in Central America

49. U.S. State Department officers in the Americas

50. U.S. State Department officers in the Americas

51. U.S. State Department officers in the Middle East

52. U.S. Coast Guard officers in the Americas

53. U.S. Coast Guard

54. U.S. Naval officers in the Americas

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