President Trump is expected to unveil a new immigration executive order — and it will target the same Muslim-majority countries as the first.

According to Fox News, the new order will apply to travelers from Iran, Iraq, Syria, Somalia, Yemen, Sudan and Libya.

But this time, travelers who have a visa to travel the United States, as well as green-card holders and dual citizens will be exempted.

The order is expected to be unveiled sometime this week, a senior White House official said.

The official added that the new order will no longer direct U.S. authorities to single out and possibly reject Syrian refugees when processing new visa applications.

Trump's new order comes after federal courts held up the original one. The 9th Circuit Court of Appeals refused to allow the ban to go forward. The move has caused Trump to criticize the judicial system at various times.