In a new order issued Friday, the Obama administration is banning the use of the U.S. Air Force’s new Liberty Pass for travelers to and from Cuba.
The U.N. refugee agency has also announced that travelers arriving from Cuba will be barred from using the U-Haul, a commercial shipping company, for a period of at least 60 days starting Jan. 9.
And the Obama Administration is issuing a new travel restriction for travelers arriving in the U, with the exception of two countries in the Caribbean, Haiti and Jamaica.
The new travel restrictions affect travelers who are on a U.A.E. Visa, as well as those from certain countries.
The ban on the U.-Haul will apply to the majority of U.K. residents, but not British, Irish or Scottish citizens.
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S citizens will be subject to the new restrictions, as will all other international travelers.
The American Civil Liberties Union says the order “is another step in the administration’s attempt to expand the travel restrictions that it has already imposed on U. S. citizens and lawful permanent residents.”
It says the travel ban “will be effective in the immediate future,” and that it’s unclear whether any travelers will be able to apply for the new visas within the next 60 days.
The Associated Press contributed to this report.