A court in the US has increased the number of immigrants who are not covered by the decree trump
This was done for reasons of “common sense”.
TASS, July 14. The court in city Honolulu of the state Hawaii has extended the range of relatives who are not covered by the immigration decree of the President of Donald trump about the ban on entry to the US of persons from six countries (Iran, Libya, Somalia, Sudan, Syria and Yemen). On Thursday Reuters reported citing a decree.
According to him, the district judge derrick Watson has included in this category of grandparents and grandchildren, nephews, cousins and sisters that were not previously considered to be close relatives to enter the country. If the applicant has an aunt or uncle in the U.S. he also will be eligible for entry.