US President Donald Trump intends to sign a new immigration law restricting entry to the United States, on 6 March. This was reported by high-ranking officials in the US administration, according to Politico.
Sources claim that the White House chief strategist Stephen Bennon discussed a new document with the Ministry of Justice and the Department of Homeland Security.
At the same time the source could not tell how the new presidential decree will be different from signed in January, the effect of which has been blocked by federal judges.
Trump even in mid-February, has announced the signing of a new anti-immigration decree, but its signing was postponed due to the President's speech to both houses of Congress on Wednesday.
It was reported that Trump has signed a decree on migration on 27 January. Order of Trump implies indefinite discontinuation of Syrian refugees adoption in the United States. Other refugees programs suspended for 120 days. Citizens of seven Muslim countries - Iran, Iraq, Libya, Somalia, Sudan, Syria and Yemen - banned from entering the US for 90 days.