The U.S. Supreme court on Monday, September 11, has temporarily suspended the restrictive measures imposed by the lower court against the decree of the President of Donald trump, prohibiting the majority of refugees to enter the country. About it reports Reuters.
The decision was made by justice Anthony Kennedy, responding to the request of the Ministry of justice, partly to challenge the decision of the Ninth district U.S. court of appeals in San Francisco. According to this verdict, refugees from all over the world would have the right of entry in case of receiving the official invitation from the Agency responsible for resettlement.
Without the intervention of a judge of the Supreme court verdict of the court of appeal entered into force on Tuesday, September 12. The Kennedy decision provides an opportunity to consider the Supreme court the question of satisfaction of the request of the management of trump throughout the time allotted for this procedure.
While the White house did not ask the court to postpone a certain part of the lower court’s decision, which brings grandparents, uncles, aunts and cousins are persons legally residing in the territory of the United States, from the operation of trump’s ban on the entry of people from six countries with a predominantly Muslim population.
The fight against illegal migrants is one of the main election promises trump. On 25 January he signed a decree on the protection of state borders, involving the construction of a wall on the border with Mexico. According to the President, the construction will begin soon and will initially be financed from the budget of the United States, however Mexico reimburses 100 percent of costs.
January 27, trump signed a decree to toughen immigration policy, which applies to citizens of several countries with a predominantly Muslim population. The sanctions will affect the citizens of Iran, Yemen, Libya, Syria, Somalia and the Sudan.
September 5, trump decided to cancel the order granting the right to enter a child in the US to illegal immigrants to obtain a residence permit.