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DOS advises it is processing visas according to Travel Ban post-Supreme Court decision

  1. Date Announced

    July 1, 2018

    DOS announces that in light of the Supreme Court's Trump v. Hawaii decision it will continue processing visa applications in accordance with Presidential Proclamation 9645 for the seven affected countries. [ID #728]

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  2. Effective Date of Change

    June 26, 2018
  3. Subsequent Action

    Litigation is ongoing challenging waiver policies and practices under the Muslim Travel Ban. See: Arab American Civil Rights League v. Trump (2:17-cv-10310 01/31/17) (challenging lack of meaningful waiver process under EO-3 Muslim Travel Ban); Doe v. Trump (2:17-cv-00178) (on remand from 9th Circuit to address issue of mootness of preliminary injunction in Muslim Refugee Ban case); Emami v. Nielsen (3:18-cv-01587 03/13/18) (challenging lack of meaningful waiver process/guidance under EO-3—Muslim Travel Ban); IRAP/HIAS v. Trump (8:17-cv-00361; Fourth Cir. 19-1990)(challenging Muslim travel & refugee bans).

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