Donald Trump will temporarily suspend the entry of foreign nationals from some Muslim-majority countries through executive order, according to refugee advocacy groups who have obtained what they say is a draft copy of an order to be signed by the new president.
It would suspend entry into the U.S. from select countries starting 30 days after the order is issued. The countries in question include Iraq, Syria, Iran, Sudan, Libya, Somalia and Yemen.
The order would also suspend all refugee admissions into the U.S. for 120 days. During that time, the Secretary of State is instructed to review refugee application procedures. Those who have already applied for admission would have their applications placed on hold and resumed once the review is complete.
You can read the full order HERE