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  • White House: Updates to immigration ban to allow permanent residents into U.S. without waiver

    White House Press Secretary Sean Spicer talked about updates to President Donald Trump's immigration executive order during Wednesday's press briefing. According to Spicer, legal permanent residents will now be allowed to enter the United States without a waiver.

White House: Updates to immigration ban to allow permanent residents into U.S. without waiver

White House Press Secretary Sean Spicer talked about updates to President Donald Trump's immigration executive order during Wednesday's press briefing. According to Spicer, legal permanent residents will now be allowed to enter the United States without a waiver.
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