Trump’s travel ban takes partial effect following SC ruling


Following the US Supreme Court ruling that permits President Donald Trump’s travel ban to have a partial effect, people from six mainly Muslim countries and all refugees are confronted with tougher US entry sequel to the State Department’s announcement.

According to the new criteria, the travel restrictions are temporary for now - 90 days for visitors and 120 days for refugees coming from six Muslim-majority countries: Iran, Libya, Somalia, Sudan, Syria and Yemen. The US administration has taken a view of the Supreme Court ruling that only those with "bona fide" relationships, such as close family members, can enter the country- which means people without close family or business relationships in the US could be denied visas and barred entry. Grandparents, aunts, uncles, nephews and nieces are not considered to be "bona fide" relations, it is said.



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