Trump's Travel Ban Updates: Federal Court Schedules Hearing

Reports of President Trump's Immigration Travel Ban has been the mainstream topic not just from the internet but also from news all around the world for some time now.

Executive Order 13769 or more popularly known as "Immigration Travel Ban" authenticated by the US President last January 27, 2017, aims to place a boundary to the number of refugees arriving at the U.S. to 50,000 for 2017, it also debarred the U.S. Refugee Admissions Program (USRAP) for 120 days.

This resolution received various reactions(positive and negative) from people not just from his governing country America, but also from people from all around the Globe, for the Executive Order is directed into halting the entry of travelling foreigners from seven Muslim countries which was also considered "countries of special concern" by the the previous President Obama's administration.

The order would also permit the federal government to block people who have never visited the United States or block entry of previously welcomed aliens currently residing abroad.

In line with this, appeals were sent to Federal courts upon the Justice Department's petition to reverse a huge impediment on Trump's travel ban.

The hearing was declared by the 9th Circuit Court of Appeals in San Francisco that a three-judged argument will be held via telephone on Tuesday, 6 PM.

The state also affirms that the claims made by the Trump Government's travel limits stating such step is needed to combat terrorism are a "pretense" which aims at concealing an intended attempt to discriminate against Muslims, purpose which the states say is apparent from Trump's own comments on the issue.

However, upon the announcement of the hearing, Trump's administration brought forth a statement via Sean Spicer (White House press secretary) that once they[White House] wins the case, order will go right back into action and also because Mr.Trump strongly believes that threats "from radical Islamic terrorism are very real."

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