US President Donald Trump Signs New Travel Ban Directive


Then, after the new travel ban was issued, the man filed a new complaint on Friday afternoon, arguing that the new order is still an "Muslim ban" that violates his religious freedom, and his rights to due process.

Experts believe the changes were made to help the order pass legal challenges, since Trump's previous attempt was halted by USA courts.

But the Trump administration told Federal District Court Judge James Robart in Seattle that the government intends to begin enforcing the new order when it takes effect because the revised version eliminates the legal problems created by the original one.

Judge Robart has not indicated when he will rule on Washington's request.

Fourth, the list of seven banned countries has been whittled down to six: Iran, Libya, Somalia, Sudan, Syria and Yemen. "Also, because victims are often young women, they may feel that reporting the crime to authorities will draw too much attention to the family committing the crime", former US government analyst Farhana Qazi explained to Fox News in November 2015.

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Washington, which was the first state to sue over the original ban, has asked a federal judge to affirm that the order blocking the first travel ban will apply to the revised ban as well.

The new order says current visa holders will not be affected, unlike the initial order.

. That order was put in place after the Japanese attack on Pearl Harbor.

"Courts do not issue injunctive relief in a game of whack-a-mole, forced to start anew at a defendant's whim".

White House spokesman Sean Spicer said Thursday the administration believed the revised travel ban will stand up to legal scrutiny. The new executive order reinstates a 120-day ban on refugee admissions.

'We have a strong case and they are willing to join our efforts, ' he said of his fellow Democrats.

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The White House can not evade the court's injunction "simply by reissuing the same basic policies in a new form", said the state's attorney general, Bob Ferguson.

Federal judges may find the President Donald Trump's new executive order on immigration more acceptable than the last.

In filing a lawsuit Wednesday night, Hawaii said the revised order would harm its Muslim population, tourism and foreign students. Like female genital mutilation, it is a practice that would not exist in the US without mass immigration bringing its practitioners into USA communities.

Visas revoked because of the original travel ban have been fully restored, according to the State Department.

Hawaii's lawsuit names Ismail Elshikh as a co-plaintiff, "because the Executive Order inflicts a grave injury on Muslims in Hawai'i, including Dr. Elshikh, his Family, and members of his Mosque".

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The mam is a US citizen, has rights and would be prevented from seeing his mother-in-law, Chin said. The lawsuit says the initial travel ban was unconstitutional and hurt the state's businesses and universities.