On Monday morning, the U.S. Supreme Court announced that it will allow parts of President Trump’s travel ban until the Court hears argument for the final ruling. This means that until the final ruling, the travel ban is enforceable against foreigners who have “no ties or relationships” in the U.S., including individuals from Syria, Sudan, Somalia, Iran, Libya, and Yemen without family, business, or other ties to the United States.
Yet, the executive order “may not be enforced against foreign nationals” from these countries, who have credible claims of a bona fide” family, business, or other ties to the United States.
At Virginia Beach Law Group, we help you to stop guessing whether and how you would be subjected to the Trump administration’s immigration directives.
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