A Federal judge in Seattle James Robart partially blocked new restrictions migration of the decree of the President of the United States Donald trump on the admission of refugees from 11 countries with a predominantly Muslim population. About it reports Reuters.
The report said that the court allowed the White house to conduct security checks, but ruled that she could not stop processing or resolution of refugees from 11 countries, while these refugees have a “bona fide” relationship with the United States.
The refugees and their lawyers argued in court that the administration’s policies trump violates the Constitution and Federal laws.
It is noted that on 24 October as part of the migration decree trump has suspended the program, according to which many refugees were able to recover with his family, awaiting further safety inspection procedures. The judge ordered the government to resume the program.
It is also said that these restrictions contributed to a significant reduction in the flow of migrants to the United States, which was allowed access to the country.
December 4 the U.S. Supreme court unblocked the migration decree of the President of the United States Donald trump about the ban on the entry of citizens of six countries with a predominantly Muslim population, including Iran, Libya, Syria, Yemen, Somalia, and Chad.
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