(b) The Secretary of State, in consultation with the Secretary of Homeland Safety, the Secretary of Defense, the Lawyer Normal, the Director of National Intelligence, and the top of every other executive department or company (company) that the Secretary of State deems applicable, shall engage the nations listed in part 2 of this proclamation, and some other international locations that have information-sharing, identity-administration, or danger-factor deficiencies as practicable, acceptable, and in line with the foreign policy, national security, and public-security targets of the United States.
(g) The Secretary of Homeland Security assesses that the following countries continue to have “insufficient” id-management protocols, data-sharing practices, and threat components, with respect to the baseline described in subsection (c) of this part, such that entry restrictions and limitations are beneficial: Chad, Iran, Libya, North Korea, Syria, Venezuela, and Yemen.
To mitigate against problems, as it’s your accountability to test your travel paperwork are valid and also you meet the entry necessities, all the time check the International and Commonwealth Workplace web site for the entry guidelines of the nations you’re visiting properly before travelling and provides yourself plenty of time to get your paperwork in order.
(i) Part 2(e) of Government Order 13780 also supplied that the “Secretary of State, the Attorney General, or the Secretary of Homeland Safety may additionally submit to the President the names of further nations for which any of them recommends different lawful restrictions or limitations deemed mandatory for the security or welfare of the United States.” The Secretary of Homeland Security decided that Somalia generally satisfies the knowledge-sharing requirements of the baseline described in subsection (c) of this part, but its government’s incapability to effectively and persistently cooperate, combined with the terrorist menace that emanates from its territory, current special circumstances that warrant restrictions and limitations on the entry of its nationals into the United States.
(ii) After reviewing the Secretary of Homeland Safety’s report of September 15, 2017, and accounting for the overseas policy, nationwide security, and counterterrorism goals of the United States, I have determined to restrict and limit the entry of nationals of seven countries discovered to be “inadequate” with respect to the baseline described in subsection (c) of this section: Chad, Iran, Libya, North Korea, Syria, Venezuela, and Yemen.