The Federal district court in new York has imposed a temporary ban on the deportation of migrants with valid us visas from U.S. airports, despite the decree of the President of Donald trump. It is reported Bi-bi-si.
Therefore, judge Ann Donnelly has satisfied the claim of the American Union of civil liberties (ACLU). According to the Union, the decision will affect up to 200 people, located in airport transit zones of the United States.
According to Friday’s decree, the United States has stopped accepting Syrian refugees and froze for 120 days program of accepting refugees from other countries not to accept “radical Muslim terrorists”.
From the order of trump followed that the citizens of Iraq, Iran, Yemen, Libya, Syria, Somalia, and Sudan must abandon the flight to America, if they have no residence permit in the United States or a diplomatic visa.
After that, lawyers of the ACLU filed a petition on behalf of immigrants from these countries detained at U.S. airports. According to the Ministry of internal security of the United States, the ban has already affected more than 100 people.
American legal center national immigration (NILC) reported bi-Bi-si, that is suing the President of the trump and the head of the Ministry of internal security of the United States. Of intent to file a lawsuit and said the Council on American-Islamic relations (CAIR).
According to us media reports, the court decision applies across the country; it temporarily prohibits U.S. authorities to deport those who fall under the presidential decree, and protects the rights of all who has approved the application for granting refugee status.
The decree of Donald trump has drawn criticism from the UN and human rights organizations and public figures in the U.S. and beyond: in addition, popular singer Rihanna called the President’s “immoral pig.”
On Saturday the arrest of 11 refugees who arrived in the international airport of a name of John Kennedy in new York was the impetus for the mass protests at the air port, where thousands of people demanded the authorities to allow the displaced persons.
According to witnesses, when reading the judge’s decision Donnelly protesters burst into applause at the words that the permission to enter “valid throughout the country.”
According to the ACLU, the day the term of the decree at U.S. airports was detained from 100 to 200, but this information is not confirmed by the authorities.
Special resonance caused the detention of two men of Arab origin – Khanida Darvesha and Haider Alshawi – at John F. Kennedy airport immediately after the signing of the decree.
Human rights activists called the arrest of both “obviously illegal”. At the moment, those detained at large. They also made up a lawsuit, demanding to stop the Ordinance.
14 Dec trump said that about three million illegal immigrants can be deported from the United States or sent to prison.