A revised version of President Donald Trump’s travel ban goes into effect Thursday, following the Supreme Court’s decision to reinstate some of the restrictions until it hears a case regarding the ban in the fall.
After initial confusion over the Court’s decision, the State Department issued guidelines Wednesday clarifying who would be included in the revised ban. The measure affects U.S.-bound travelers from six Muslim-majority countries, including Syria, Iran, Libya, Sudan, Yemen and Somalia.
The revised travel ban takes effect at 8 p.m. ET Thursday, according to the Associated Press. Here’s what to know about it:
Who can still come in?
- Legal permanent residents (green card holders) of the U.S.
- Those who have already been approved for a short-term visa
- Refugees who have already been admitted to the U.S.
- Dual nationals
- Workers who have been offered employment by a U.S. company
- Students who have been accepted to a U.S…
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