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Donald Trump's travel ban a far cry from original - The Indian Express

Citizens of Syria, Sudan, Somalia, Libya, Iran and Yemen with a parent, spouse, fiancé, child, adult son or daughter, son-in-law, daughter-in-law or sibling already in the United States could be allowed to enter. 0. Shares. Share. By: AP | Washington ...and more »

Who's in and who's left out as Trump travel ban takes effect - PBS NewsHour

President Trump's executive order banning entry into the U.S. from six majority-Muslim countries finally takes effect Thursday after months of legal and political wrangling. The Supreme Court issued a partial green light earlier this week by only ...and more »

Which of your family members could visit under the travel ban - Washington Post

*Fiances and fiancees were banned in the State Department's original list. They were exempted on June 29, about two hours after the ban went into effect. The Supreme Court on July 19 refused to block a lower judge's ruling that grandparents and other ...and more »

Trump's travel ban is now in effect — here's who's exempt - Business Insider

President Donald Trump's travel ban took effect Thursday evening at 8 p.m. ET, following months of intense litigation. Earlier in the week, the Supreme Court lifted much of the lower courts' blockades on the ban, allowing parts of it to take effect ...and more »

Travel ban takes effect as State Department defines 'close family' - Washington Post

After five months of bitter legal squabbling, the Trump administration's modified travel ban took effect Thursday night under new guidelines designed to avert the chaos of the original rollout. But the rules will still keep many families split and are ...and more »

United States lays out criteria for visa applicants from six Muslim nations - The Indian Express

The directive defined close family as a parent, spouse, child, adult son or daughter, son-in-law, daughter-in-law or sibling, including step-siblings and other step-family relations, according to a cable distributed to all U.S. diplomatic posts. 12 ...and more »

Stepsister, Yes; Grandma, No: US Sets Guidelines for Revised Travel Ban - New York Times

WASHINGTON — Stepsiblings and half-siblings are allowed, but not nieces or nephews. Sons- and daughters-in-law are in, but brothers- and sisters-in-law are not. Parents, including in-laws, are considered “close family,” but grandparents are not. The ...and more »

Who Will Be Allowed Into the US When the 'Muslim Ban' Goes Into Effect? - ColorLines magazine

The Supreme Court ruled that President Donald Trump's ban on nationals of six predominantly-Muslim countries is legal—with some key exceptions. Read on to find out what they are. Kenrya Rankin Jun 29, 2017 12:25PM EDT. People have gathered at airports ...and more »

US Reveals Criteria for Visa Applicants Under Trump Travel Ban - Haaretz

Visa applicants from six Muslim-majority countries must have a close U.S. family relationship or formal ties to a U.S. entity to be admitted to the United States under guidance distributed by the U.S. State Department on Wednesday. The guidance defined ...and more »

Trump's Travel Ban Is Back - The American Prospect

Travelers wait in line near an Emirates ticket counter at the Seattle-Tacoma International Airport. A limited version of President Trump's controversial travel ban is back in place after the Supreme Court ruled that the federal government could impose ...and more »