The Supreme Court on Tuesday maintained the strict ruling of President Trump's travel ban in January, causing more distress to travel refugees included in his mandate. In a statement on Monday, the reinstatement of Trump's restrictions on "Muslim Ban" was favored by the Supreme Court barring over 24,000 refugees. These refugees may have entered along with an appeal to a promise of assistance through refugee resettlement organizations.
However, in a report from The Independent, the ruling of the Supreme Court with the undersigned Justice Anthony Kennedy, takes favor in the exemptions and extends their decisions until October. Some of President Trump's ban in June did not yet take effect due to legal implications, however, restrictions such as having "bona fide connections" to the US to enter the country has been redefined. The State of Hawaii contradicts with this ruling and hopes to maintain its agreement with resettlement agencies that the present administration does not honor.
Unfortunately, The Australian reports that the one-page, single paragraph ruling of the U.S Supreme Court remains to be unexplained while thousands are already disrupted and confused as per the half-dozen states that have sued to block the ban since its implementation. Ever since June, they have been trying for the third time to interfere with President Trump's executive order on March 6, suspending the travel to the US by people from Iran, Libya, Somalia, Sudan, Syria, and Yemen, as well as by refugees.This protection order from Trump was seen to be unlawful to a certain religious sect and thus unjustifiable.
For now, until Oct. 10, the oral arguments will be heard by the Supreme Court, due to this ruling, the state's appeal becomes pending. Since June 26, Trump's administration got only a partial implementation from the E.O except for people who had bona fide relationships with people or organizations in the US. In response to this, The White House made stricter rules on travelers who were extended family members of US residents.
Then on July 19, the rulings were intervened by the Supreme Court and The Ninth Court as well, allowing admissions agreement between the US government and a refugee resettlement agency. With the Supreme Court's order on Tuesday, these have prevented the above rulings from going into effect for now.© 2019 Mstars News, All rights reserved. Do not reproduce without permission.