Yesterday evening, President Trump signed an executive order to halt the issuance of immigrant visas for 60 days. On Monday night, the President tweeted that he would “temporarily suspend immigration into the United States.” However, his executive order only halts the issuance of immigrant visas at U.S. consulates. Since most consulates are already closed, the executive order doesn't seem to change current policy and its implementation. Fortunately, the executive does not impact foreign nationals filing applications for adjustment of status in the United States (form I-485).
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