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Wednesday, July 19, 2017

Breaking News: The Supreme Court let stand an order exempting grandparents and other relatives from the travel ban, but allowed refugee limits to stay

The Supreme Court on Wednesday temporarily allowed the Trump administration to enforce restrictions on the nation’s refugee program, but it let stand a court order from Hawaii that grandparents and other relatives who want to travel to the United States to visit family must be admitted while the case proceeds on appeal.

The justices, in a brief order, rejected the administration’s request that it clarify the scope of the their decision last month temporarily reinstating the ban but allowing people with “a credible claim of a bona fide relationship with a person or entity in the United States” to enter the country. The court said the United States Court of Appeals for the Ninth Circuit, in San Francisco, should address the question.


Anonymous said...

no wonder our country is in such a mess....politically correct supreme court judges....whats next!?!?!

Concerned Retiree said...

The problem is they gave up their extended family to come to the US. Family defined as Mother, Father, Children under 18. All other Family members do not have free access to the US. This debate really shows the stupidity of our Politians and Judges. Where is CS, "common sense"? That is less on Public assistance lowering tax payer expense.

Anonymous said...

Judge was appointed by obama. Judge shopping is alive and well