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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 »

Here's what you need to know about Trump's travel ban, now in effect - New York Daily News

Monday's Supreme Court ruling partially lifting the stay on President Trump's travel ban was disappointing. But despite Trump's claim of victory, many, if not most, nationals of the six mostly Muslim countries included in the ban (Iran, Libya, Somalia ...and more »

Revised Trump travel ban now in effect - CBC.ca

A scaled-back version of U.S. President Donald Trump's travel ban took effect Thursday evening, stripped of provisions that brought protests and chaos at airports worldwide in January, yet still likely to generate a new round of court fights. The new ...and more »

How did the lower courts and Supreme Court differ so much on Trump travel ban? - The Hill (blog)

This week, in Trump v. International Refugee Assistance Project, the Supreme Court granted certiorari to review rulings by two federal courts of appeals — the Fourth Circuit and the Ninth Circuit — that entered preliminary injunctions against ...and more »

US says who can come and who can't under travel ban - Travel Weekly

The travel ban of most nationals of Iran, Syria, Yemen, Libya, Sudan and Somalia begins Thursday at 8 p.m. Eastern time. Under the order, the Trump administration must still allow individuals from the designated countries "who have a credible claim of ...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 »

Widespread uncertainty as start of Trump travel ban on Muslim states looms - The Jerusalem Post

Confusion follows a US Supreme Court decision on Monday that allowed the long-delayed executive order to take effect, but significantly narrowed its scope. 4 minute read. Share on facebook. Share on twitter. us airport trump travel ban. A Saudi family ...and more »

The Supreme Court Partially Allowed Trump's Travel Ban. Who Is Still Barred? - New York Times

Portions of President Trump's travel ban went into effect at the end of June, after the Supreme Court temporarily lifted legal blocks on the ban and agreed to review the case this fall. The court granted an exception for people with “bona fide ...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 takes effect after Supreme Court decision - Deutsche Welle

The US has partially implemented President Donald Trump's temporary ban on travelers from six Muslim-majority nations. A temporary halt to refugee arrivals is also part of the ban. Trump Reiseverbot New York (picture alliance/AP Images/A. F. Yuan). The ...and more »