The U.S. Supreme court at the request of the White house approved an extension of the ban on entry into the country of the majority of migrants who are subject to the anti-immigrant decree of the American President Donald trump. About it reports CNN TV channel.
The court without comment blocked passed last week, the Federal court of appeal ruling that would free having a contract with organizations for the resettlement of migrants from the ban on entry.
The U.S. Supreme court’s decision will affect about 24 million people and is “a partial victory for trump,” said a source.
So the constitutional decree of the Tram, the court will decide on October 10.
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While still a presidential candidate, trump often resorted to anti-immigration rhetoric: he promised to build a wall on the border with Mexico, to abandon the Green Card lottery and to revise the immigration policy towards Muslim countries.
In January, the President of the United States were forbidden by the decree of the arrival in the United States for 90 days the citizens of seven Muslim countries – Syria, Iraq, Yemen, Iran, Sudan, Libya, Somalia. The court partially blocked the a of trump.
In March, the U.S. President signed a decree toughening the procedure of granting refugee status.