The Supreme Court will allow part of Trump’s travel ban to be implemented

On Monday, June 26, 2017, the Supreme Court announced that they would hear the full case against President Trump’s Travel Ban 2.0 in October, the beginning of the their next  judicial session. In the meantime the Supreme Court ruled that some foreign nationals from the six states included in the second executive order (EO-2) could be kept from entering the Untied States.

Trump’s Travel Ban may not be enforced against foreign nationals who have a credible claim of a bona fide relationship with a person or entity in the United States. All other foreign nationals from his six country list (Iran, Libya, Somalia, Sudan, Syria and Yemen) are subject to the provisions of EO-2.

For more detailed information about this subject please review the news articles list below.

 

Update: President Trump’s partial Travel Ban will take effect, Thursday, June 29, 2017 at 8:00 pm.

Here is the list of bona-fide family relationships being using be the government: Parent, Spouse, Child, Adult Son or Daughter, Son-in-Law, Daughter-in-Law and Sibling.

 

Source of Information:

CNN.com, 6/26/17, News Article:

The Supreme Court finally handed Trump a travel ban victory

 

NYTimes.com, 6/26/17, News Article:

Questions and Answers About the Travel Ban Case

 

WashingtonPost.com, 6/26/17, News Article:

Supreme Court allows limited version of Trump’s travel ban to take effect and will consider case in fall