(CNN)President Donald Trump has issued an executive order banning travel to the US from seven Muslim-majority countries.
- No one is being held in an airport or other detention facility from the initial group affected by the travel ban executive order, Department of Homeland Security Press Secretary Gillian Christensen told CNN Sunday night.
- Christensen said 392 green card holders -- so-called lawful permanent residents -- were given exemptions and entered the US.
- A Homeland Security official told CNN that green card holders will still go through additional screening and national security checks upon landing. Unless they have a significant criminal history or links to terrorism, they will be allowed back in the country after going the check.
- The Trump administration stood by the implementation of the ban Sunday afternoon. Saying "it has been implemented successfully and according to administration policy. It has also resulted in extremely minimal disruption that is more than outweighed by the enormous benefits to our security."
- New York Governor Andrew Cuomo launched a confidential toll-free assistance hotline for New Yorkers to report anyone believed to be detained, missing or left in vulnerable situations at NY airports as a result of the order.
- Sudan's Ministry of Affairs called for the immediate removal of its name from the US list of "State Sponsors of Terrorism" and its designation as a "Country of Particular Concern" on Sunday.
- Protesters gathered again Sunday in Washington, New York, Boston, Philadelphia, Atlanta, Seattle and other cities.
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