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The White House issued a memorandum to the Secretary of State, the Attorney General, and the Secretary of Homeland Security on the implementation of Executive Order 13780 issued on 3/6/17. The memo was issued 3/6/17 and published in the Federal Register on 4/3/17. (82 FR 16279, 4/3/17)
Memorandum of March 6, 2017
Implementing Immediate Heightened Screening and Vetting of Applications for Visas and Other Immigration Benefits, Ensuring Enforcement of All Laws for Entry Into the United States, and Increasing Transparency Among Departments and Agencies of the Federal Government and for the American People
Memorandum for the Secretary of State[,] the Attorney General[, and] the Secretary of Homeland Security
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