USA says who can come and who can't under travel ban

USA says who can come and who can't under travel ban

USA says who can come and who can't under travel ban

Trump, in January, had signed an executive order barring refugees and people from seven Muslim-majority countries to enter the United States.

Close relationships include: Parents, spouses, children, son-in-law or daughter-in-law, siblings including step or half siblings.

The U.S. State Department has now issued guidelines related to the travel ban, which will go into effect at 8 p.m. today.

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Family members outside of those - like grandparents, grandchildren, aunts, uncles, cousins and fiancees/fiances - aren't considered close enough to grant entry.

The Trump administration insisted the travel restrictions are not a ban on Muslims, but are in the interest of national security.

Moments before the ban began at 8pm Washington time (midday in New Zealand), it emerged the state of Hawaii had asked a federal judge for clarification.

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A senior administration official said refugees who have been approved to enter the country by July 6 will be allowed to do so, but those planning to arrive after will be subject to the ban.

The ban went into effect on Thursday night, after the Supreme Court allowed the Trump administration to go forward with it, handing a surprising victory to the maverick Republican president. Per the court, the ban will not block the entry of "foreign nationals who have a credible claim of a bona fide relationship with a person or entity in the United States". The ban applies for 120 days for refugees from any nation. "Unfortunately, this severely limited definition may be in violation of the Supreme Court ruling", Hawaii State Attorney General Doug Chin said in a news release today.

The Trump travel ban is still not a permanent fixture. The controversial order was previously struck down by two lower courts.

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US citizens, green card holders, current visa holders, visa applicants inside the USA prior to June 26, and dual nationals from the affected countries are also exempt from the ban.

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