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So glad to share this with you as well. Kissess https://tco/eA5kYa2vVG Sania Mirza (@MirzaSania) April 21 2016 Washington: The Supreme Court’s decision to partially reinstate President Donald Trump’s temporary travel ban has left the effort to keep some foreigners out of the United States in a murky middle ground with unanswered questions and possibly more litigation ahead File image of US president Donald Trump AP The justices ruled on Monday in an unsigned opinion they would hold a full hearing on the case in October In the meantime the administration can bar travelers from six majority-Muslim countries from the US if they don’t have a "credible claim of a bona fide relationship" with someone or some entity in the country It’s unclear what will ultimately constitute a "bona fide relationship" though the ruling suggested that an American job school enrollment or a close relative could meet that threshold Equally unclear is how many foreigners will be affected from the six countries: Syria Sudan Iran Yemen Libya and Somalia The ruling was seen as at least a partial victory for Trump in the biggest court case of his presidency Trump claims the temporary ban is needed to prevent terrorist attacks Opponents reject that and argue it’s a backdoor way to bar Muslims from entering the United States as Trump promised in his campaign The early indications are that the administration will use the decision to take a tough line on travelers from those countries A senior US official familiar with the situation said the Trump administration has plans in place to relaunch the stalled ban and tourists will be among those kept out Under these plans largely orchestrated by White House adviser Stephen Miller tourists from those countries and any academics lecturers or others invited to speak or make presentations in the US will be barred Those groups are regarded as unable to show a substantial and pre-existing tie to a person or institution in the United States The official who described the plans was not authorized to discuss them publicly by name and spoke on condition of anonymity But some immigration lawyers and advocates said relatively few people would fall under the ban because these travelers tend to have sufficient relationships with people or institutions in the United States Jamal Abdi policy director for the National Iranian American Council said most Iranians who visit the United States have relatives there or are coming to work or study He said his group has no idea how the administration plans to judge family relationships and a hard line could mean a significant number of Iranians will be kept out the country for the time being It could also mean more lawsuits if advocates for immigrants believe the administration is going beyond the Supreme Court’s guidelines in barring visitors to the United States Like the fate of would-be tourists and scholars the immediate future for refugees is murky In its opinion the court partially reinstated Trump’s temporary prohibition on refugees from any country using criteria similar to that used in the travel ban The effect on refugees could be greater because they are less likely to have family school or business relationships in the United States Lavinia Limon CEO of the US Committee for Refugees and Immigrants said she was dismayed by the ruling but insisted that her agency has "an existing relationship with incoming refugees certified and arranged through the Department of State" "Travel plans are in process beds have been made and staff around the country plan to meet new Americans at the airports today tomorrow and in the coming weeks and months" Limon said Trump’s initial travel ban caused panic and chaos at airports around the world in late January as it took effect immediately after being signed Refugees legal US residents and visa holders were turned back at airports or barred from boarding US-bound planes A federal court blocked it about a week later There may be less confusion as the ban is partially reinstated The administration has revised its travel ban to exclude legal residents and visa holders Also the government said last week the ban would go into effect 72 hours after the Supreme Court ruling — which would be Thursday morning in Washington So it is both ways. 2017 Tubelight is said to be an adaptation of Hollywood film Little Boy, writer KV Vijayendra Prasad has convincingly established that even noble people tend to become blind to the truth and forget to be just, Watch What Else Is Making news? who has lived in a reclusive self-exile in the US?

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