The Supreme Court will argue the "travel ban" case in October, it was announced on Monday. Until a decision is reached, parts of the ban will still be going into effect immediately and the injunction has been lifted. People without a "bona fide" relationship with someone or something in the United States will not be permitted to enter. This is the vast majority of cases regarding the "travel ban."
BREAKING: #SCOTUS allows parts of President Donald Trump's travel ban to go into effect and will hear oral arguments in the case this fall— CNN Politics (@CNNPolitics) June 26, 2017
BREAKING: Supreme Court will review Trump travel ban, allows it to take effect in most instances.— The Associated Press (@AP) June 26, 2017
The court wrote as follows:
Supreme Court effectively reinstates Trump's travel ban unless you have a relative inside the U.S. or other special circumstances pic.twitter.com/zwgR37Ivj9— Judd Legum (@JuddLegum) June 26, 2017
Regardless, this is still a relatively large win for the Trump presidency.