Five-year-old boy handcuffed at Dulles airport

The White House also made some clarifications: Green card holders and lawful permanent residents from those seven countries will not be denied entry.

Speaking after the incident, Donald Trump's Press Secretary Sean Spicer said: 'To assume that just because of someone's age and gender that they don't pose a threat would be misguided and wrong'. "I don't see how that's a big problem". But immigration lawyers at Dulles said it didn't get adequately enforced.

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"We have attorneys on the ground who are waiting with families of people who have not been let out yet", Foydel said. The president's order also cuts the number of refugees the US plans to accept - from 85,000 down to 50,000 people - and it stops the admission of Syrian refugees indefinitely. The temporary suspensions are created to give a collection of federal agencies time to develop "extreme vetting" procedures for people coming from those countries.

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On Friday the new president blocked refugees from Syria and six other Muslim-majority countries from entering the US.

Homeland Security said it immediately issued new guidance to its port officers working at airports, and updated its computerized tracking system to identify citizens of those seven countries who attempted to enter the U.S. But Homeland Security provided no official public guidance on the plan until Sunday night, leading to mass confusion for travelers and their attorneys.

A Department of Homeland Security official told ABC News there were no more travelers detained at USA airports Monday morning. "We will again be issuing visas to all countries once we are sure we have reviewed and implemented the most secure policies over the next 90 days".

Mr Spicer said the 109 people detained at United States airports over the weekend were only "temporarily inconvenienced for the safety of us all". "We are also working closely with airline partners to prevent travelers who would not be granted entry under the executive orders from boarding worldwide flights to the U.S. Therefore, we do not anticipate that further individuals traveling by air to the United States will be affected".

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