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A Federal appeals court on Thursday a lower court decision that blocked President Trump’s executive order banning travel from six countries with a Muslim majority.

The 4. U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals is the first court of appeal, in the rule on the administration of travel ban revised. A Federal judge in Hawaii has also stopped to fight the ban, and the trump administration, the decision in the 9. U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals.

Here is a look at the last decisions to the executive order.

Jan. 27

Trump, under an executive order signed immediately block the entry into the United States for the citizens of Iran, Iraq, Libya, Somalia, Sudan, Syria and Yemen.

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The order, called “the protection of the Nation from Foreign terrorists stopped the entry into the United States,” and the U.S. refugee program for 120 days, but for an indefinite period of time excluded, all Syrian refugees out of the country.

Jan. 28

A Federal judge in New York issued an emergency order to block, in part, the executive order. U.S. district judge Ann Donnelly ‘ s to temporarily in the United States are excluded from the deportation of people who arrived with a valid visa or is already a refugee application to be completed.

Dozens of people were arrested after their aircraft landed in the United States to massive protests at airports nationwide.

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Jan. 29

Two a Federal judge in Boston issued a temporary stay on the travel ban, keep them for seven days, the enforcement of the executive order.

The judgment determined that the previously approved refugees, valid visa holders and lawful permanent residents, or travelers from the seven countries included in the trump suit, the order could not be detained or removed from the United States, because of the executive order.

Jan. 30

Senate Republicans bruised, an attempt to overthrow of the Democrat’s executive order Trump ‘. Sen. Tom Cotton, R-Ark., objected when Sen. Chuck Schumer, D-NY, tried to vote to reverse the order.

Feb. 3

Boston federal evaluated, refused to extend a restraining order against the travel ban, so that it is in force, after the initial seven-day period ended on Feb. 5, pending appeal.

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But U.S. district judge James Robart in Seattle temporarily the travel ban is banned nationwide after Washington state and Minnesota to be a nationwide hold called the executive order. Robart said the state “met its burden in demonstrating that immediate and irreparable damage.”

Feb. 4

Trump excoriated Robart on Twitter, calling his decision “ridiculous.”

Feb. 6

The Ministry of justice submitted to the 9th Circuit Court of Appeals, plead with the court to re-setting the Trump ban on travel. The Department said Robart’s decision was “vastly overbroad.”

Sixteen attorneys General filed a prohibition of an amicus brief to support the lawsuit against the trip. Those States include: California, Connecticut, Delaware, Illinois, Iowa, Maine, Maryland, Massachusetts, New Mexico, New York, Oregon, Pennsylvania, Rhode Island, Vermont, Virginia, and Washington, DC

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Almost 100 tech companies, including Apple and Google, submitted also to banish an amicus brief in opposition.

Feb. 7

The 9th Circuit Court of Appeals began to hear oral arguments from the justice Department and the lawyers from the States of Washington and Minnesota, the against the ban.

Feb. 9

The 9th Circuit Court of Appeals unanimously decided to maintain the suspension of the executive order.

These judges were Michelle Friedland, appointed by former President Barack Obama; Richard Clifton, appointed by former President George W. Bush; William Canby, appointed by former President Jimmy Carter.

Feb. 10

Kelly Anne Conway, a top adviser to the President, told Fox News that the court decision “on the merits” of the executive order.

“We are confident that we will now have our day in court and the opportunity to argue in the case that we will prevail,” she said.

Feb. 13

A Federal judge granted a preliminary injunction blocking the travel ban will be implemented in Virginia.

U.S. district judge Leonie Brinkema found the ban an unconstitutional religious prejudice with the trip-and thus against the First Amendment.

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Meanwhile, lawyers for Washington and Minnesota argue that their case against the executive order should be in the lower courtyard. The justice Department argued in its own filing for a moratorium of the case, to the 9. Circuit Court of Appeals decided whether a judicial review is not the case.

Later in the afternoon, a Federal judge in Seattle ruled that the case could continue in the lower court.

Feb. 15

Texas Attorney gen Ken Paxton filed with the 9. U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals in favor of Trump’s executive order and asked the court to block a review of its decision to ban the travel.

6. March

Trump, under a new executive order that barred journey of six Muslim countries, for 90 days— remove of Iraq.

The new order also exempted, permanent residents and visa-holders from the travel ban.

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It is also the language that could allow to obtain for those with a particular religion preferential treatment, the New York Times reported.

The Syrian refugees were still banned in the new executive order, but only for 120 days instead of indefinitely.

8. March

The state of Hawaii moved to block, the new executive order in court. The state’s attorney general, Doug chin, said that the trip would prohibit, to the detriment of the state, the economy and education institutions.

March 15

A Federal judge in Hawaii, the new executive order stopped, only a few hours before it came into force.

U.S. District Court judge Derrick Watson temporarily stopped, and the travel ban with an injunction.

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The Ministry of justice called the ruling “flawed both in reasoning and scope.”

March 16

US district judge Theodore Chuang, sitting in Maryland, also temporarily stopped, and the executive order.

Chuang argued that the order, specially the Muslims, and his decision block, which is part of the travel ban that prevented the issuance of visas to persons from the six countries.

Meanwhile, five Republican judges on the 9th. Circuit Court of Appeals expressed their support for the legality of the executive order.

“What is said, we, as individuals, may feel about the President or the Executive Order, the President, the decision was within the powers of the presidency,” the judge.

29. March

Watson, the Federal judge in Hawaii is expanding its order, blocked Trump’s ban on travel.

30. March

The Trump administration appealed to Watson’s judgment with the 9. U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals.

8. May

The Richmond-based 4th U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals began to hear the Trump’s travel ban to determine whether it is a spill over to Trump authority.

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This hearing was the first of two appeals, in may; the others listen, with the 9. Circuit in California.

May 11

A Federal judge in Washington, D.C., declined to grant a request by Trump to stop ‘ s executive order as the two other judges already decided to halt the travel ban.

25. May

The 4. Circuit blocks of the trump management of the implementation of the travel ban.

“We are not convinced that [the ban] has more to do with national security than with effectuating the President to ban promised a Muslim,” the court said in its 10-3 verdict.

The Associated Press contributed to this report.

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