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Court dismissed Trump’s request to re-establish immigration order
14:57, 5 February 2017
Court dismissed Trump’s request to re-establish immigration order

The court gave Trump’s administration a deadline until Monday evening to submit their objection

14:57, 5 February 2017

Reuters

US court of appeal declined the request of Donald Trump’s administration to immediately re-establish the immigration decree, prohibiting the entry of citizens from seven countries, according to the “Russian BBC Service”.

The court gave Trump’s administration a deadline until Monday evening to submit their objection to this decision.

Federal court in Seattle (Washington) blocked the order of US President Donald Trump which prohibited refugees’ entry into the country and granting visas to the citizens of seven states, populated mostly with Muslim, on February 4. The ruling was halted until the application filled by the local attorney office is considered.

Right after this occasion, American passport authorities began to renew visas, which had earlier been revoked due to the introduced decree.

About 100 thousand granted visas were revoked in total starting from the entry into forces of this order.

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