• News Alert: First travel ban case settled

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    People blocked from entering the US under President Trump's first travel ban can reapply for visas, according to a settlement.[1]

    In the brief period after the first travel ban went into effect on January 27, a number of people with valid visas were denied entry into the US and put on planes back to where they came from. Two Iraqi nationals filed suit after being detained at John F. Kennedy International Airport in New York.

    Less than 24 hours after Trump signed the executive order, a federal judge ruled in their case that the travel ban was unconstitutional. Because the case was filed as a class action lawsuit, the ruling temporarily blocked the travel ban from being implemented nationwide.

    The Supreme Court in June allowed parts of Trump's second travel ban executive order to go into effect and will hear oral arguments on the case in October.

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