dhs officials: Secretary Kirstjen Nielsen said during a speech at the Woodrow Wilson Center Monday that the changes were aimed at better protecting the country against terrorism, crime and fraud, according to Metro News. President Donald Trump has worked to restrict the number of refugees allowed into the country, including signing a four-month ban on refugees last year. But DHS officials say they are working to implement new screening measures for applicants from those high-risk countries following a 90-day review. The administration won't publicly confirm the 11 countries. But officials say they intend to review the list and update it six months from now. (www.immigrantscanada.com). As reported in the news.
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