Ruling in travel ban leaves myriad questions unanswered

In victory for Trump, US Supreme Court revives Trump travel ban

In victory for Trump, US Supreme Court revives Trump travel ban

CLEVELAND, Ohio- President Donald Trump can take half of a victory lap after the Supreme Court allowed limited implementation of his travel ban on visitors from six primarily Muslim countries. However, the Supreme Court of the United States declared that the government can not ban people if they have a bona fide relationship with a person or entity in the United States.

Trump's temporary halt on the United States refugee programme will also be allowed to go partially into effect, but refugees with connections to relatives in the U.S. will still be allowed, the court said.

Last month, Trump suffered a setback when an appeals court upheld a ruling blocking the move. "I want people who can love the United States and all of its citizens, and who will be hardworking and productive", Trump said in his statement.

The New York Immigration Coalition, another fierce opponent, said the ruling created more confusion by using the term 'bona fide relationship, ' which "agencies and individuals will struggle to make sense of". To the Ninth Circuit the government argued that the circuit had engaged in, as the Supreme Court put it, "judicial second-guessing of the President's judgement on a matter of national security".

Mr. Trump hailed the court's ruling as "a clear victory" for his policies.

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That would appear to prevent a repeat of the original travel ban, when travellers got stuck in limbo in airports around the United States.

Since that student has what Monday's court ruling calls a "bona fide relationship" with an American institution, MSU, the student should be able to return to Bozeman, said Tracy Ellig, university spokesman.

In its 13-page order temporarily allowing a portion of the travel ban to go into effect on June 29, the justices detailed some examples of a bona fide relationship.

The order was blocked by several federal judges after its announcement in January, however it's now been partially reinstated by America's highest court as a legal battle wages on.

Even before the Supreme Court action the ban applied only to new visa applicants, not people who already have visas or are US permanent residents, known as green card holders.

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Under the Supreme Court decision, people with a "bona fide relationship" to a person or entity in the USA will still be permitted entry. The six nations are Iran, Libya, Somalia, Sudan, Syria, and Yemen.

The nine justices of the high court plan to hear the full case this fall.

Those without citizenship or a direct tie to the U.S.do not have right to challenge the ban and that fact is as important as the contents of the ban itself, Dershowitz said. If that is the case, then we should be making every effort to create connections and ties through robust worldwide exchange and travel, and we call on the administration to make clear in its guidance that prospective students and scholars should not be afraid to seek admission to the United States regardless of their current ties.

The court asked both sides to address the issue of timing, along with questions about whether the ban is aimed at Muslims, the impact of Trump's provocative campaign statements and federal courts' authority to restrain the president in the area of immigration.

"President Trump's Muslim ban violates the fundamental constitutional principle that government can not favor or disfavor any one religion", Omar Jadwat, director of the group's immigrants' rights project, said.

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"For individuals, a close familial relationship is required".

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