Trump to sign a new decree on immigration in the coming days
The President of the USA Donald trump Monday, March 6, to sign a new decree on immigration policy, APA reports quoting NBC News.
The previous initiative of the billionaire banned from entering the United States for citizens of some Muslim countries, sparked in the country controversy and gave rise to a loud trial.
That the updated version of the immigration decree will be signed on Monday, reported the Politico citing several sources in the government. The journalists stressed that it is unclear how the new document will differ from the previous ones. No other details of the portal also does not.
March 1, Politico reported that a new version of the decree will prohibit the entry of citizens of the seven predominantly Muslim countries which were mentioned in the original decree. However, unlike the first order, it will not be a permanent ban on the entry of refugees from Syria.
In addition, it is expected that the words in the document will become more specific and the limit will not affect the holders of green card and valid visas.
Interviewed by Reuters, the experts noted that it should limit the ability to challenge the decree in court: it will be harder to indicate that its language harm to the plaintiffs.
First, the migration order was signed on 27 January and introduced a temporary ban on entering the United States for citizens of Iraq, Iran, Yemen, Libya, Syria, Somalia and Sudan as well as refugees.
In early February, the effect of this order was suspended by the court and later the court of appeal in San Francisco upheld the decision to block the decree throughout the country. In General against the first immigration Ordinance in the first days of its implementation was filed over a dozen lawsuits.
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