White House get to Court about re-entry ban after correction by court Hawaii
The White House get to the Supreme court to the decision of the judge in Hawaii about the controversial entry to to fight. That made it the prosecutor Jeff Sessions Friday known.
An American judge in Hawaii, in certain Friday that grandparents and other relatives are exempt from re-entry ban, which was introduced by Donald Trump.
The court ruled that the ban should not apply to grandparents, and cousins of the inhabitants, that the ban not be seen as immediate family, reports AP.
The decision is a defeat for the American president, who, with his government just a harder immigration policy wants to execute.
In early July, the temporary travel ban for travelers from Yemen, Sudan, Somalia, Syria, and Iran, and refugees, of power. Earlier layers of lower courts across, but according to the U.s. supreme court could view the key issues yet to be performed.
The American authorities did clearly on “professional manner” will do.
The court ruled that the measures relate only allowed to have “foreign citizens who are not bona fide relationship with a person or entity in the USA”.
In October watching the court or the re-entry ban for people from six islamic countries is lawful. Until that time should Trump parts of his proposed re-entry ban to enter.