President Trump to Reinstate his Travel Ban

President Donald Trump has released the details of his new immigration plan. It seems like the President is planning to re-implement the immigration travel ban. The revised plan will let green card holders and those already on their way to enter the country. This is confirmed by his Secretary for Homeland Security.

The Need of Amendment

The first attempt to prevent Muslims belonging to 7 countries entering USA failed. It was frozen by the American courts due to the massive protesting all over the nation. The second attempt seems like a more application version of the tried to be first order. All of this was confirmed by John Kelly at his conference in Munich Security Conference.

He further said, this time the ban will offer a short phase which won’t revoke the visa of people already on a plane to the country.

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The Original Draft

The original order which was to prevent radical religious mindsets from entering the country official banned people from the following countries to step foot on American Soil:

  • Iran
  • Iraq
  • Somalia
  • Libya
  • Yemen
  • Sudan
  • Syria

The ban soon became a focal point of Humanitarian groups and courts as they argued over the moral and constitutional merit of it. Following the results of case in Supreme Court, the President proposed to write a new one with the afore mentioned updates.

While the instatement and moral authenticity of the ban is debated on, there is no argue over the fact that it became more of news frenzy since the President’s Inauguration. The newly elect president has spent weeks making sure the plan was implemented but all avail to nothing.

It caused more of a havoc around the country as people despite their faith and diversity came together and make sure there was no mistake about their hate for such action. There are many companies who oppose this ban. Some of these are Hewlett Packard, Uber, and Airbn. They have joined the court and challenged the original ban. They are followed by companies like Apple, Facebook and Google who have made sure their opposition of the ban can be clearly seen.

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