What is the US travel ban?

The US travel agency has announced that it will no longer allow people from the seven Muslim-majority countries of Iran, Iraq, Libya, Somalia, Sudan, Syria and Yemen to enter the country for at least 90 days.

The decision comes in the wake of the terror attacks in Paris and New York City.

The ban is effective from September 20.

The UK, Canada and Australia also announced that they will not allow people of those countries to enter.

Here is the full list of banned countries: Iran – No entry Iran – Limited access Iran – Travel ban for individuals who have been designated as a security risk Iran – Temporary restrictions for the period of 90 days or longer and the duration of visa suspension for the duration Iranian – No travel to the United Arab Emirates (UAE) for the periods of 90-120 days Iran – Extended visa suspension and restrictions for 120 days or more for the same period Iran – Visa ban for citizens of Iran for 90 days and 90 days for nationals of the United Kingdom (UK) Iran – Restrictions for all foreign nationals of Iran Iran – Foreign nationals of Egypt, Syria, Sudan and Yemen will be barred from entering the United States for 90 consecutive days from September 10, 2019.

Iran – Iran will continue to be designated as an official state sponsor of terrorism.

Iran will be blocked from conducting any activities that would contribute to the destabilization of the Syrian and Iraqi governments and the overthrow of the Iraqi government, the US Treasury Department said.

Iran has also been designated by the UN as a state sponsor, which means it is believed to have supported terrorism in the past.

The US has previously designated the country as a terrorist state.

The country is considered a state that supports the Islamic State group (ISIS) and al-Qaeda.

The travel ban will take effect on September 20, the first day of the Trump administration.

A second version of the travel ban was announced on January 29, which temporarily bars all people from Iraq, Syria as well as Iran from entering for 90 day periods.

The second ban, which is set to go into effect on January 31, bans Iranians from entering Iran and Iraq for 90-day periods.