US Defends Travel Ban Restrictions

US Defends Travel Ban Restrictions

US Defends Travel Ban Restrictions

U.S. District Judge Derrick Watson said the interpretation of the travel ban decision belongs to the U.S. Supreme Court.

Although the court insisted the ban should not apply to anyone credible of a "bona fide relationship" with a U.S. person or entity.

The briefing is now complete on the Hawaii plaintiffs' motion to clarify the scope of the preliminary injunction after the Supreme Court's ruling, and the case is in Judge Watson's hands.

In yesterday's ruling, Judge Watson said he "declines to usurp the prerogative of the Supreme Court to interpret its own order".

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Morning Consult Chief Research Officer and co-founder Kyle Dropp stated that they have "seen a drop in those who oppose the executive order" since they "last asked about" the travel order.

Hawaii attorney general Doug Chin objected to the administration's omission of grandparents, aunts and uncles from its list of people meeting the definition of a close relationship.

Hawaii's challenge is the latest in a dispute between Trump and ideological opponents of the administration's immigration agenda that's spanned all but the first 10 days of his presidency.

In the Federal Court, the Trump's administration has filed a brief defending the guidelines of the travel bans which was implemented last week. "If the plaintiffs elect to proceed, we are confident that the U.S. Supreme Court will again vindicate the President and his constitutional duty to protect the national security of the United States", a DOJ spokesperson said on Thursday.

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President Trump insists that the measure is necessary to prevent terrorist attacks.

That's because of that previously mentioned not unanimous Supreme Court decision.

During a press conference on June 29, a senior official at the State Department said "the fact that a resettlement agency in the United States has provided a formal assurance for refugees seeking admission is not sufficient, in and of itself, to establish a bona fide relationship under the ruling".

According to the survey, 54 percent support the president's executive order barring people from seven Muslim-majority nations from traveling to the US and just 38 percent said they oppose it. It is not denying entry of spouses; fiancees; children (minor, adult and in-law); parents (including in-laws); and whole, half- and step-siblings. The president scored a legal victory last week when the Supreme Court approved partial enforcement of a narrowed version of the ban.

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"Consular officers have considerable discretion", said Doris Meissner, director of the USA immigration program at the Migration Policy Institute.

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