HAPPY NEWS: Travel Ban 3.0 BLOCKED by Hawaii once again. This decision will likely be appealed. We have to wait to see what the Supreme Court does ultimately once it sets oral arguments. But, for now, GREAT news!
The Presidential Proclamation issued on September 24th by President Trump had an effective date of October 18th (tomorrow), but with this new court decision, the travel ban will NOT affect visa and green card applications from Iran, Libya, Yemen, Chad, and Somalia. But, the ban will still apply to North Korea and Venezuela.
For more information on the court decision from Hawaii, check out this article from the Washington Post.
For more information on the Muslim travel ban and other immigration topics, please visit our articles page here.
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--Najmeh Mahmoudjafari, J.D.
Najmeh is the Founder and Lead Immigration Attorney at ImmigraTrust Law (www.ImmigraTrust.com), an immigration law practice in Orange County, California, representing individual and corporate clients in all 50 U.S. States and internationally. Najmeh can be reached at Najmeh@ImmigraTrust.com.
4/30/2018 09:04:36 am
Hi I want now when result come for my mom case I apply for green card for mom. And right now she went to embassy.and everything is right but counselor told me I need to Waite for review again. And someone told me after April 28 result comes up.can you answer to me how long I need to Waite .thanks
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