Media: the United States attorney intends to challenge the decision on migration decree
MOSCOW, 15 Nov — RIA Novosti. U.S. attorney General Jeff sessions said he will ask the Supreme court to overturn the judge’s decision on expanding the list of relatives who may be excluded from the scope of the immigration decree of the President of Donald trump, the newspaper reports Hill.
A U.S. judge on Friday granted the petition of state of Hawaii on expanding the list of relatives who may be excluded from the scope of the presidential decree restricting entry to the United States from six countries blacklist.
Earlier, a senior administration official explained that the entry is permitted to those who have in the United States have parents, children, brothers or sisters, brides and grooms. The U.S. grandfather or grandmother, grandson or granddaughter, niece or nephew, cousins and siblings are not considered close family ties.
“The Supreme court has already corrected once (the decision — ed.) lower court, and now we were unwittingly refer directly to the Supreme court again to prove the rule of law and the duty of the Executive to protect the state”, — quotes the edition of words and Roman sessions.
Restored by the Supreme court of the United States immigration Ordinance trump came into force two weeks ago, in part for entry of citizens of six countries from the black list. Also from July 6, 120 days suspended the admission of refugees into the United States.