The Trump administration is considering suspending or restricting entry from nationals of high visa arrest countries as it aims to combat illegal immigration.
President Trump signed a memorandum on Monday to allow state and domestic security departments 120 days to come up with measures to address the problem.
"We have laws that must be followed to keep the Americans safe and protect the integrity of a system where millions of people are waiting in the queue to come to America to seek the American dream, Trump.
While recent attention has focused on immigrants illegally crossing the border, the non-partisan migration study center says that visa overshoots account for a larger number of illegal immigrants. [1
Officials will target nations that have rates exceeding 10%, including Afghanistan, Angola, Bhutan, Burundi , Chad, the Republic of Congo, Djibouti, Eritrea, Georgia, Laos, Liberia, Nigeria, Somalia, South Sudan, Sudan and Yemen, according to the latest Homeland Security data department.  Some have exceeded rates of up to 40% according to the White House.
The note also lists officials investigating the possibilities of stopping visitors from abusing the visa waiver, and it forms the basis of using the admission bonds, refundable deposits, to ensure people go in time.
Trump has imposed two of his highest advisers on tackling immigration problems.
Stephen Miller, a fierce line from the economic nationalist wing of the Trump campaign, focuses on strengthening the enforcement of existing rules to prevent and deter migrants crossing the border.
At the same time, Jared Kushner, Trump's son-in-law, carries out a larger picture of immigration policy, which could even allow a rise in legal migration as part of a shift to a merit-based system that would end the visa lottery and family-based visa, rejected by Trump as "chain moving".