In the immigration decree trump will appear exclusions for brides and grooms

The American authorities will allow the bride and groom of the six countries of the black list to enter the territory of the United States. On Friday, June 30, reports Reuters, citing a source in the state Department.

Exception for entry into the country earlier it was done only for those in United States living parents, children, brothers or sisters, husbands or wives. It was noted that grandparents, grandchildren, nephews, uncles or aunts, cousins, brothers and sisters, and brides and grooms will not be considered close relatives.

On June 26, the U.S. Supreme court allowed the President of the United States Donald Trump is partially to enact a decree banning the entry into the country to citizens of the six predominantly Muslim countries (Iran, Yemen, Libya, Syria, Somalia, and Sudan) and all, without exception for refugees. The document comes into force on 30 June.

After a few days the government of the U.S. state of Hawaii appealed to the Federal court for clarification on the list of relatives who are allowed entry into the country. In Honolulu found it too narrow.