washington - The US Department of Justice has asked the Supreme Court in an urgent procedure for a ruling on President Trump's infamous entry ban. The judiciary wants a ruling on a decision in appeal of a court of law.
That court made a sting for Trump's plan to temporarily remove most of the refugees from the US.
The appeal was dealt with by a court in San Francisco. That certain that grandparents, aunts, uncles and cousins and cousins of people who are already residents of the United States can enter the country.
Trump ruled in January by decree that refugees from Iraq, Iran, Libya, Somalia, Syria, Sudan and Yemen were indefinitely refused to prevent terrorism. That could count on a storm of objections. Several federal judges dropped the decree. Also a weakened second version could count on rejection by the judiciary.