Supreme Court decision narrowly reinstates part of Trump’s Muslim travel ban
Here is a breakdown of the Supreme Court decision – June 26, 2017. This is only a preliminary decision and is not the final decision on the legal actions challenging President Trump’s travel ban. *
According to the Supreme Court’s ruling yesterday, parts of the second Travel Ban are now in effect while the Supreme Court fully considers the case. This means that Immigration will now be blocking the entry of certain nationals of Iran, Libya, Somalia, Sudan, Syria, and Yemen — those who lack a “credible claim of a bona fide relationship with a person or entity in the United States”.
In addition, Immigration will suspend the admission of *all* refugees for 120 days.
If you are planning on traveling to the United States – maintain this contact information on your person –
Contact information for passengers:
Finnegan & Diba, law offices: 213-480-0292
LAX: Public Counsel is staffing a hotline/email for the SoCal region for arriving passengers.
Travel Delay Hotline Number: 213-201-4780
Travel Delay Email: firstname.lastname@example.org
Council on American-Islamic Relations: +1-408-986-9874
Asian Americans Advancing Justice: +1-415-848-7711
ACLU Northern California: +1-415-621-2488
- Keep checking back for updates and changes in the law.