Murkiness follows Supreme Court's action on travel ban

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The court tempered its ruling by saying the ban could not be implemented against people who have personal links to the United States, citing the examples of foreign nationals wishing to visit family or students accepted to attend university.

In an unusual unsigned decision, the Supreme Court on Monday said the travel ban will go into effect "with respect to foreign nationals who lack any bona fide relationship with a person or entity in the United States". He has also said the ban would take effect within 72 hours of court approval.

Thus, the decision will allow the 120-day ban on refugees to be implemented, given that those people are - by definition - fleeing their countries of origin and have no prior relationship with United States individuals or institutions.

The Trump administration has been fighting back against lower court rulings that have struck down the travel ban. Noting that there were no required "findings" that the "entry of the excluded classes would be detrimental to the interests of the United States", the Court stated that "immigration, even for the President, is not a one-person show". 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.

Can those with ties or relationships in the U.S.travel and seek asylum here? His dissent was joined by two of his fellow conservatives on the bench, Justices Samuel Alito and Neil Gorsuch, who was appointed by Trump earlier this year.

The State Department and USA government now have no official definition for bona fide relationship and must come to a consensus by Thursday, per the Court's order.

The Supreme Court unanimously said the lower courts were wrong and allowed the ban to be implemented immediately with some restrictions. However, the Trump administration appealed to the Supreme Court.

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The court's decision to reinstate in part the travel ban for individuals without any connection to the U.S.is based upon finding an equitable balance between "the government's compelling need to protect National security", and the harm that the ban would inflict upon those in the U.S.

The court tempered its ruling by saying the ban could not be implemented against people who have personal links to the USA, citing the examples of foreign nationals wishing to visit family or students accepted to attend university. "As president, I can not allow people into our country who want to do use harm". The order allows for case-by-case exceptions.

Iran's foreign minister says the partial reinstatement of President Donald Trump's travel ban is "disappointing" and says the ban is more about politics than security.

However, until it can issue a definitive ruling, the high court authorized the Trump administration to deny U.S. entry to people affected by the ban who do not have relatives in the United States or who have no previously established plans to work at companies or study at educational institutions in the US.

"Second, it puts real doubt once again on the 9th Circuit Court".

"We believe that's the court's intent", said the official, who will watch to see how the ruling plays out in practice. Rather than pursue an appeal, the administration said it would revise the policy.

Catholic Social Services' Refugee Assistance and Immigration Services program said in a statement it "welcomes refugee families that come to the United States to start their lives again in safety and dignity".

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