President Trump signed a new executive order Monday, after his first order on immigration drew loud criticism and lawsuits.
The new order temporarily shuts down America's refugee program prevents new visas for people from six majority-Muslim countries. Iraq is no longer on that list of countries, and the order doesn't apply to green card holders or people who already have visas. It will take effect March 16.
The Immigrant Law Center of Minnesota works with immigrants and refugees from many nations. Executive Director John Keller joined the program to answer questions about what this new order means for people in Minnesota and what kind of advice he's giving.
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