President Trump's executive order barring immigrants from seven Muslim-majority nations isn't as ironclad as previously thought.
The Department of Homeland Security will admit 872 refugees into the country this week thanks to an exception in the order.
The order says refugees who were already in transit can be admitted into the U.S. if being forced to return would cause them "undue hardship."
Federal judges have stayed certain parts of the order that led to permanent residents being detained at airports for hours. Several legal challenges to the order are still pending.