The provisions of the Executive Order (EO) are currently not in effect based on a Temporary Restraining Order (TRO) that was executed on February 3rd, and upheld on February 9th by a federal appeals court. As of now, visa and travel processes have reverted to what they were before the EO was signed on January 27th.
The White House has indicated that they plan to issue a new, revised Executive Order instead of continuing the legal challenge of the one currently under a TRO.
If you were physically in the U.S. in F or J status anytime between January 1 - December 31, 2016 you're required to send at least one form to the U.S. tax agency IRS (Internal Revenue Service), even if you had no income. We provide resources for you to comply with your federal and state tax obligations.
Suzanne Goldberg, Executive Vice President for University Life, presided over a University Life Forum on February 2nd on Executive Orders, Immigration and Our Community (watch here) and encourages you to take part in other campus conversations and resources.