Trump’s Travel Ban Restored By Supreme Court

by Admin on July 25, 2017

According to BBC News, people from Iran, Libya, Syria, Somalia, Sudan and Yemen will be affected by the White House’s new criteria for visa applicants. According to the revised rules, for the next three months, those from the six mentioned countries will not be allowed to enter the U.S without a close relative or either business or educational ties to the U.S.

Thailand US Immigration Attorneys at Chaninat & Leeds US family-based immigration visas with a focus on the K1 fiancée visa and K3 marriage visa for Thai nationals.

The Supreme Court partially restored President Donald Trump’s travel ban, which had been blocked since February, on Monday. Shortly after, the White House issued the revised rules. A final ruling by the Supreme Court on the executive order will be made in October.

President Donald Trump has said that “the ban is a victory for national security” and that “it was needed to protect the US from terrorists”.

Read more here.

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