Update: On July 19th, the Supreme Court upheld a ruling by a lower court to expand the State Department’s definition of which “bona fide relationships” exempt people from the travel ban. As a result, cousins, aunts, uncles, grandparents, and grandchildren will be exempt, as well as sisters- and brothers-in-law. However, the court overturned another part of the ruling to that would have allowed refugees to enter the country if they already had a contract with a resettlement agency. This could impact as many as 24,000 refugees.
On June 29, a partial version of President Donald Trump’s revised travel ban went into effect, after a Supreme Court ruling Monday cleared the way.
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