This is a horrible law. My friend is trying to adopt a Syrian baby, who certainly isn't a terrorist. I understand he'd still be allowed through, but making these decisions on a case-by-case basis will clog up courts and make the process take ages. Every moment of delay is another opportunity for harm to come to their baby. It also bothers me that the pause in immigration comes before the establishment of "safe zones." Have you tried that argument? To ensure the protection of vulnerable people, we must at the least set up a new sanctuary before denying them the one they expected to be able to make use of. Basically, this is an awful law with no basis in practicality. It's not aimed at solving problems; it's a knee-jerk reaction that will sacrifice the life and liberty of many for the feeling of security for a few.