If you are currently outside the U.S.
Such individuals who had a valid visa either on January 27, 2017 (prior to 5:00 p.m. EST) or hold a valid visa on the effective date of the EO are not barred from entering the U.S. Individuals without a valid visa are barred from applying for one until the temporary ban is lifted. However, no visas will be revoked solely based on this EO.
If you are currently in the U.S. and maintaining valid nonimmigrant status (F-1/F-2, J-1/J-2, H-1B, etc.):
The EO does not apply to individuals who are lawfully present in the U.S. on the effective date of the EO. Thus, the EO permits these individuals to depart the U.S. and reenter if they have a valid visa to return to their current status.
We continue to advise an abundance of caution for individuals from the six countries included in the ban before traveling to any country outside of the U.S. without a valid visa to return.
U.S. permanent residents and dual citizens
The EO clarifies that U.S. permanent residents are not banned from obtaining a visa or entering the country. The EO also clarifies that any dual national of one of the six countries, when traveling on a passport issued by a different non-designated country, is not banned from obtaining a visa or entering the U.S.