washington - The entry ban of US President Donald Trump will take place on Friday at 2 pm Dutch time. Refugees and residents of six predominantly Islamic countries may not travel to the United States for the moment if they do not have a 'bona fide relationship' with, for example, families or companies in the country.
The US Supreme Court made the introduction of the disputed measure possible this week. Previously, lower courts found a cross, but according to the court, the ban on entry into main points may still be carried out. The US authorities made clear that they would do 'professional'.
Trump announced a temporary entry ban for the first time in January. This led to chaotic conditions at airports, among other things because it was unclear which travelers had to be wandered. Later, a federal judge blocked the measure, which, according to critics, was primarily aimed at Muslims. Also a modified variant fell later before the court.
The US Department of Foreign Affairs has explained this time to what requirements travelers should meet if they want to visit the US. KLM airline announced Thursday that passengers with a visa and valid travel documents are just being transported.