Supreme Court Revives Travel Ban
The best online reputation management company has been carefully watching the news regarding Trump and his travel ban plans. Just today, the Supreme Court revives the travel ban and allows a partial implementation of Trump travel ban. They are allowing most of Trump’s travel ban to take an effect immediately and have only agreed to hear any arguments in the fall. The only one exception that the court has made is the 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’’.
They are currently taking a three-month summer break on any arguments for this travel ban that has been put in place. By putting this travel ban in effect, this means that Trump’s administration may impose a 90 day ban on any travelers form Libya, Iran, Sudan, Somalia, Syria and Yemen. This also means that they have a 120-day ban on all refugees entering the United States with the exceptions noted by the court.
Justices grant the administration a stay of lower-court rulings against the president. By putting a band on these six major Muslim-majority countries, the lower-court rulings found the executive actions likely unlawful. They are also since late January, temporarily suspending the U.S. program for admitting any refugees into the U.S. The justices are narrowing the scope for now by ruling the president couldn’t enforce it against travelers ‘’who have a credible claim of a bona fide relationship’’ with someone or some organization in the U.S. they will be revising this travel ban in October when they hear oral arguments in the matter. The 0 day pause on travel that Trump has been seeking will be over then and his can change the justices’ further consideration of the current ban on the mostly Muslim countries.