NewsFlash! Supreme Court Allows Full Enforcement of Latest Travel Ban

Today, the Trump Administration prevailed in the U.S. Supreme Court, which overturned an October 20, 2017 district court injunction blocking enforcement of the latest travel ban for certain individuals. The Supreme Court lifted the injunction and allowed full enforcement of the travel ban against citizens of Iran, Libya, Syria, Somalia, Chad, Yemen, along with citizens of North Korea and some government officials from Venezuela who were not covered by the injunction. The Administration can now enforce the ban against affected individuals, regardless of their relationship with a U.S. individual or organization.


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