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Thursday, June 29, 2017

Trump Administration Issues New Criteria for Visa applications for 6 Muslim Countries

The Trump Administration has set up new Criteria for six Muslim countries and refugees’ visa applications. Now they will need family or business proximity from America to travel to America. This order came when the Supreme Court partially restored ban order of Donald Trump for the Muslim community, which had been widely criticized. The new guides have been sent to American embassies and commercial embassies.

It has already been approved that the visas will not be canceled, but the instructions issued by the State Department say that parents, parents or newcomers to travel to new applicants from Syria, Sudan, Somalia, Libya, Iran and Yemen in the US Relationships like wife, child, child son or daughter, son-in-law or daughter-in-law and brother will have to show.

According to the new guideline, grandparents, grand children, aunt, uncle, nephew-niece, cousin, sister-in-law, fiancé and other family members have not been included in the nearest relative.

On Monday, the Supreme Court had partly lifted the order of the lower court against Trump's executive order, which banned the visas for citizens of six countries temporarily. If the judges can prove a "strong relationship" with the American person or institution, then the applicants will get exemption from this restriction.

Earlier, hearing the disputed judgment, the judges had said that this matter will be reviewed in October. Now this ban can be imposed on people from six countries whose relatives or close relatives are not living in the US. Let us state that before the stay on the travel ban, the US Supreme Court granted it partial approval. According to the ban, there were talks of 90 days of ban on the arrival of citizens of 6 Muslim countries in America.

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