A limited version of President Donald Trump’s Executive Order restricting travel and entry to the United States will take effect Thursday at 8 p.m. EDT.
BAL Analysis: While a limited version of Trump’s travel and entry restrictions is set to take effect Thursday night, those with close family, business or employment ties to the U.S., as outlined above, should be exempt. BAL has updated an FAQ that addresses who is affected by the Executive Order, who is exempt, and other questions businesses and employees might have regarding traveling to or out of the U.S. at this time. The FAQ is available here.
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