What You Need To Know About The Supreme Court's Travel Ban Decision

What You Need To Know About The Supreme Court's Travel Ban Decision

What You Need To Know About The Supreme Court's Travel Ban Decision

The real test will come as the government implements the order, which will be under intense scrutiny by Muslim, immigrant and refugee rights organizations. She says the USA government will keep people traveling to the US and members of the travel industry informed "in a professional, organized and timely way".

Simply put, the whole thing may in effect have been rendered meaningless by the time the Supremes have an opportunity to take up the matter in full. "If they can show a relationship with a U.S. citizen or university, they still can enter the United States".

President Trump has said the travel ban is necessary because it needs more time to screen applicants from these countries.

"I think it's very likely the court will find it to be moot", said Rodriguez, referring to the 90-day order that will have expired by October.

And he points out the bill will run its course before the justices review it.

The ruling was seen as at least a partial victory for Trump in the biggest court case of his presidency.

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"If they have relatives in the United States, have a job offer, students, visiting relatives or going to a conference, all these people from the so-called banned countries can still come in", Bruno said.

Associate Justices Samuel Alito, Clarence Thomas and Neil Gorsuch, the most conservative members of the court, partially dissented. "Hardly. In fact the court handed the government a sweeping, but no complete, defeat", the ACLU said in a statement.

The Jewish resettlement agency HIAS and the Anti-Defamation League decried the US Supreme Court's decision to allow parts of President Donald Trump's travel ban to be enforced.

The court's opinion explained the kinds of relationships people from the six countries must demonstrate to obtain a USA visa. The official who described the plans was not authorized to discuss them publicly by name and spoke on condition of anonymity.

Justices offered several examples of scenarios in which travel ban shouldn't apply - such as a foreign national who wishes to live with a family member in the U.S. or a student accepted to an American university - but what if the individual's connection to the United States is more attenuated or not as well defined?

"This order, properly construed, should really allow for only the narrowest implementation of any part of the ban".

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The court's opinion explained the kinds of relationships people from the six countries must demonstrate to obtain a USA visa.

The court did carve out an exemption for foreign citizens with ties or relationships in America.

The court did two things: it agreed to evaluate the ban next term, and, in the meantime, the court overturned the decisions of lower courts, saying that Trump's administration could enforce its immigration ban against certain people while it waited for the Supreme Court to hear arguments and decide the case.

Trump has consistently argued that his ban, which was first introduced in January before being revised in March, was justified on security grounds.

The Fourth Circuit based its ruling on the Establishment Clause of the First Amendment and had concluded that President Trump issued the second executive order because of his "desire to exclude Muslims from the United States".

We remind investors that initially President Trump issued a ban on travelers from seven predominantly Muslim nations - Iraq, Iran, Syria, Yemen, Sudan, Somalia and Libya - from entering the U.S.in January.

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