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Judicial Branch Bans Presidential Trumps Visa Ban 2

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4 feb, 2017, The Visa ban on 7 countries has been temporarily suspended.

The Judicial branch of the government just banned President Trump’s ban… but will President Trump ban the ban that banned his ban!

On 27 Jan, 2017 Present Trump signed Executive Order “Protecting the Nation from Terrorist Attacks by Foreign Nationals”. (Executive Order 13769)  Which banned immigrant and nonimmigrant visa for citizens of 7 different countries (Iraq, Iran, Sudan, Somalia, Sudan, Yemen, Libya).  

This affected student, family, fiance, special visas from citizens of these countries.  Initially, it even affected green card holders from those countries but President Trump just made a revision

On February 1, White House Counsel Don McGahn issued a memorandum to the heads of State, Justice, and Homeland Security departments clarifying that the ban provisions of the executive order do not apply to lawful permanent residents

On February 2, a federal judge in Detroit ruled that the order not be applied to permanent residents nationwide and permanently, given the White House’s prior declaration that the order did not apply to permanent residents, in the case Arab-American Civil Rights League v. Trump.

On February 3, Federal Judge Robart removed the ban on immigrants/nonimmigrants and refugees from those 7 countries with a temporary restraining order.  Visa holders and refugees going through the process or on there way to the US are being allowed in by the Department of Homeland Security.  The State Department and their Embassies in those 7 countries are now processing visas again.   

On February 3, U.S. District Judge James L. Robart on Friday entered a temporary but nationwide stop to the order, saying he concluded the court “must intervene to fulfill its constitutional role in our tripart government.”

DHS has suspended any and all actions implementing the affected sections of the Executive Order entitled, “Protecting the Nation from Foreign Terrorist Entry into the United States.”

 

“We have reversed the provisional revocation of visas,” the State Department official said in a statement. “Those individuals with visas that were not physically canceled may now travel if the visa is otherwise valid.”

 

http://www.reuters.com/article/us-usa-trump-immigration-state-idUSKBN15J0M1?il=0

Thank you for great conversations.  We don’t always agree but its really cool to talk to people that think and research instead of believing what fits their narrative the cool thing is that some of their logic and facts made me really think about my own positions on this issue and that is why its good to talk.

 

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https://www.whitehouse.gov/the-press-office/2017/01/27/executive-order-protecting-nation-foreign-terrorist-entry-united-states

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Jan 2017 Executive Order on Protecting the Nation from Terrorist Attacks by Foreign Nationals

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27 January 2017, President Trump signed an Executive Order on Protecting the Nation from Terrorist Attacks by Foreign Nationals. This executive order does the following:

Bans entry from seven majority-Muslim countries – Iran, Iraq, Libya, Somalia, Sudan, Syria and Yemen – for 90 days.

Prioritizes refugee claims on the basis of religious persecution

Lowered the total of 2017 refugees from anywhere to 50,000, down from 110,000

Suspends the Syrian refugee program indefinitely.

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Sources:
https://www.theguardian.com/us-news/2017/jan/28/trump-immigration-ban-syria-muslims-reaction-lawsuits

https://travel.state.gov/content/visas/en/news/executive-order-on-protecting-the-nation-from-terrorist-attacks-by-foreign-nationals.html

https://www.lexisnexis.com/legalnewsroom/immigration/b/newsheadlines/archive/2017/01/25/executive-order-protecting-the-nation-from-terrorist-attacks-by-foreign-nationals-white-house-draft-unsigned-undated.aspx?Redirected=true

https://drive.google.com/file/d/0B_6gbFPjVDoxb21JdGEtQWF3SnM/edit

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President Trump Effect on K1 Green Card Status Filter Out Fake News Do not panic

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We love the US and we are hoping the best for the new President. Unfortunately, the campaign was extremely negative. And that negativity has not died down. This attitude has spilled into groups like ours.
 
We talk about what we believe will be his impact will be on the green card process and on K1/K3 process.
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Jh9ahUcchtg
So far the real issue has not been the incoming Trump administration because they have not done anything yet for against immigration as far as policy. What has been an issue is the fake news here on Facebook and cropping up all over the Internet.
 
Here are a few tips on filtering all the lies so you can get the facts.
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Visa Approved QA F2b Immediate Family

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From Ben:
“Hi Yuri
Thanks for the video and the effort.My question is i’m 31 years male (unmarried) From India.My Dad is a green card holder and will be applying for his citizenship. What should be my way forward –
1-Should i apply for I-130 and 1-485 together ?
2-Should i wait for my dad to apply for his citizenship?
3-How much time will the process take ?
4-i entered legally in states on September 2015. Do i need to go back after filling paper or i have stay. Also If i go , how many times i can come and go in how much time spam. I have b1/b2 visa.
5-Do i need lawyer ? its expensive tho…

Thanks again and will wait for you replay….Benedict”

1-Should i apply for I-130 and 1-485 together ?
— tep One – Your permanent resident relative must file Form I-130, Petition for Alien Relative, for you and it must be approved. You must wait for your priority date in your immigrant visa category to become current. Your priority date is the date when the Form I-130 is properly filed (with correct fee and signature) on your behalf by your U.S. permanent resident relative. For more information on priority dates, see the “Visa Availability & Priority Dates” page.
Step Two – Once the priority date in your visa category is current, you may file for adjustment of status with Form I-485, Application to Register Permanent Residence or Adjust Status. Adjustment of status is the process you go through to become a permanent resident. For more information, see the “Adjustment of Status” page.
2-Should i wait for my dad to apply for his citizenship?
I would not wait.. I would start asap. because it take MANY years (like 10 from india.. then the questions is will you remain unmarried for that long)

3-How much time will the process take ?
check this out http://www.myprioritydate.com/

4-i entered legally in states on September 2015. Do i need to go back after filling paper or i have stay. Also If i go , how many times i can come and go in how much time spam. I have b1/b2 visa.
We are not sure about this one.

5-Do i need lawyer ? its expensive tho…
I don’t think so. but make sure you are ready to research like crazy on visajourey.com

Other links:
http://efilipinowomen.com/green-card-family-member-permanent-resident
http://efilipinowomen.com/visa-bulletin

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President Trump Effect on K1 Green Card Status Filter Out Fake News Do not panic

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We love the US and we are hoping the best for the new President. Unfortunately, the campaign was extremely negative. And that negativity has not died down. This attitude has spilled into groups like ours.
 
We talk about what we believe will be his impact will be on the green card process and on K1/K3 process.
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Jh9ahUcchtg
So far the real issue has not been the incoming Trump administration because they have not done anything yet for against immigration as far as policy. What has been an issue is the fake news here on Facebook and cropping up all over the Internet.
 
Here are a few tips on filtering all the lies so you can get the facts.
read more