The Supreme Court on Tuesday allowed the administration of President Donald Trump to maintain its policy of restricting refugees.
Judges agreed to a request by the government to block the ruling by a lower court that would have alleviated immigration restrictions and allow some 24,000 refugees to enter the country before the end of October.
But the order is not the court’s last word on the immigration restriction that Trump decreed last January.
The magistrates are scheduled to have a hearing in order to hear arguments for 10th of October on the legality of restrictions on travelers from six Muslim nations and refugees from anywhere else in the world.
However, it is unclear what remains to be decided.
The 90-day travel restriction expires at the end of September and the 120-day ban on entry of refugees expires one month later.
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