What changed: Trump's travel ban
A comparison of the key differences between Donald Trump's original travel ban and the revised order issued Monday.
People from Iran, Iraq, Libya, Somalia, Sudan, Syria and Yemen face a 90-day suspension of visa processing.
Iraq is removed from the from the list of countries affected, but all other countries remain the same.
The refugee program is suspended for 120 days and there is an indefinite ban on Syrian refugees.
The refugee program remains suspended for 120 days, but Syrian refugees are not indefinitely banned.
The order prioritized entry for religious minorities, essentially favoring Christians from majority Muslim countries.
Language granting priority to religious minorities has been removed.
Other people exempted
All immigrants from the affected countries were banned, causing confusion at airports across the country.
Exemptions were added including ones for lawful permanent residents and valid visa holders. See the full list here.
There is a 10-day delay. The new order will go into effect on March 16 barring court intervention.