Trump travel ban: What does this ruling mean? – BBC News
The US Supreme Court has upheld President Donald Trump’s revised travel ban and overruled legal challenges from lower courts. This is the government’s third version of a controversial policy since
Travel ban: Trump hails ‘tremendous’ Supreme Court ruling
Media caption Trump: Travel ban is ‘a tremendous victory’ US President Donald Trump has hailed a Supreme Court ruling upholding his travel ban which covers people from several Muslim-majority
Travel ban: Trump seeks Supreme Court ruling – BBC News
Mr Trump will need the support of five of the nine Supreme Court judges to reinstate the ban. The president’s appointment of Neil Gorsuch this year reinstated a 5-4 conservative majority.
Trump’s travel ban: what does the supreme court ruling mean?
Experts expect anti-immigrant sentiment to grow while opponents of the ban hope for help from Congress
What is the Trump travel ban? What the Supreme Court
2017-06-27 · The same rules apply to all refugees because Mr Trump’s travel ban also included a 120-day suspension of the US refugee resettlement programme. Donald Trump…
Trump travel ban Q&A: what happens next? | US news | The
The US supreme court has reversed lower court rulings, allowing the immigration order to take partial effect. Here’s what that means
Donald Trump’s travel ban: What does it mean?
What is the travel ban announced by US president Donald Trump? On Friday, Mr Trump signed the ‘Protecting the Nation from Foreign Terrorist Entry into the United States’ executive order.
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A three-judge panel of the 9th U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals partially granted a Trump administration request to block at least temporarily a judge’s ruling that had put the new ban on hold.
Travel ban 3.0: What does Trump’s latest ban mean for
The first ban ordered by President Trump on January 27 put a blanket ban on people from Iraq, Libya, Iran, Somalia, Sudan and Yemen and indefinitely halted the acceptance of refugees from Syria.
Supreme Court partially reinstates Donald Trump’s travel
The Supreme Court has partially reinstated Donald Trump’s travel ban – meaning that citizens from six Muslim-majority countries without any connection to the US will now be barred from travelling.