Trump administration restricts Green Card issuance to Nigeria and 5 other countries.

President Donald Trump on Friday signed an order to impose travel restrictions on a new group of six countries, adding to the current travel ban, according to three senior administration officials.
The U.S. will stop issuing visas for travelers seeking permanent residency from Burma, Eritrea, Kyrgyzstan, and Nigeria -- Africa’s most populous country. Sudanese and Tanzanian nationals are barred from the diversity visa lottery under the new restrictions, but can still apply for other immigrant visas. The restrictions are scheduled to take effect on Feb. 22.

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