travel ban appeal

A federal appeals court on Thursday rejected the Trump administration’s limited view of who is allowed into the United States under the president’s travel ban, saying grandparents, cousins and similarly close relations of people in the US should not be prevented from coming to the country.
The unanimous ruling from three judges on the 9th US circuit court of appeals also said refugees accepted by a resettlement agency should not be banned. The decision upheld a ruling by a federal judge in Hawaii who found the administration’s view too strict.
“Stated simply, the government does not offer a persuasive explanation for why a mother-in-law is clearly a bona fide relationship, in the supreme court’s prior reasoning, but a grandparent, grandchild, aunt, uncle, niece, nephew, or cousin is not,” the ruling said.
Unanimous ruling says grandparents, cousins and other close relations should not be prevented from coming into the country, upholding Hawaii verdict
THEGUARDIAN.COM

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