Washington, January 29. the Federal court of the United States has suspended the entry into force of the decree of the President of Donald Trump for stricter immigration laws. The decision of judge Ann Donnelly will affect approximately 100-200 people who arrived in the U.S. with valid visas — the court has temporarily banned the authorities to deport those who arrived after the signing of the anti-immigration law.
Earlier, the representative of the Ministry of internal security of the USA stated that over 23 hours from the moment of entry into force of the anti-immigration law Trump the entry into the United States was prohibited 109 people who have already arrived in American airports. Recall, Trump signed the law on suspension of admission of refugees from a number of Muslim countries for a period of 90 to 120 days (and for the people of Syria — permanently).
According to Reuters, we are talking primarily about the people of Iraq, Iran, Syria, Sudan, Yemen, Libya and Somalia.
the judgment, moreover, it protects from the action of anti-immigration law anyone who has an approved application for the granting of refugee status..