Despite impending partial implementation, President Trump's travel ban faces challenges

Governor Dannel Malloy reacted to the Supreme Court ruling to move President Donald Trump's travel ban forward.

The Trump administration has argued it's necessary to suspend travel for 90 days from the six Muslim-majority countries and to halt refugee entry for 120 days to review whether USA safeguards are adequate to ensure that terrorists aren't allowed into the country.

Trump's new March 6 order banned people from Iran, Libya, Somalia, Sudan, Syria and Yemen from entering the USA for 90 days and barred all refugees for 120 days, but on May 25, the U.S. 4th Circuit Court of Appeals voted to sustain a March 16 decision by a Maryland federal district judge to stay its enforcement.

Mr Trump has already said the ban would take effect within 72 hours of court approval.

A 120-day ban on refugees also is being allowed to take effect on a limited basis.

The US Supreme Court has reinstated elements of the executive order, which initially called for a 90-day US entry ban on nationals from six Muslim-majority countries.

"Immigration, even for the president, is not a one-person show", the three justices of the Ninth Circuit Court of Appeals said in a ruling earlier this month.

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Chin said Monday that means University of Hawaii students and family members of US citizens may still enter the country.

"We will keep those traveling to the United States and partners in the travel industry informed as we implement the order in a professional, organized, and timely way", she said in a news release issued Monday. The six nations are Iran, Libya, Somalia, Sudan, Syria, and Yemen.

"I just think very few of our visitors have no connection to the United States."

Nonetheless, the court's decision constituted a rare legal victory for the president, and Trump was pleased with the outcome.

When Trump issued his first travel ban, chaos ensued.

Needless to say, the case is of great importance as to the limits of the Trump administration's powers, and given the Trump administration's anti-Muslim and anti-immigrant rhetoric.

And the ruling does not give a permanent seal of approval to the travel ban.

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The wording of the Supreme Court ruling is likely to cause confusion amongst United States immigration officials, with many pondering how a "bona fide relationship" will be judged.

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Immigration advocates and administration officials are likely to disagree about what exactly is a credible claim of a "bona fide relationship". As President, I can not allow people into our country who want to do us harm. "It is true that the travel ban is allowed to go into effect, but the Supreme Court substantially narrowed who could be denied entry".

The Supreme Court wrote that the government now should be able to do its work.

The Supreme Court intends to take up the full case, in the fall.

This case is the Trump's first and major challenge at the Supreme Court where he restored a 5-4 conservative majority with the appointment of Neil Gorsuch, he joined the bench in April.

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