The Wall Street Journal: Trump’s revised travel ban goes into effect

WASHINGTON — The Trump administration began enforcing its temporary ban on refugees and on visitors from six Muslim-majority nations on Thursday evening, exempting only those travelers with close family or business ties in the U.S., officials said.

The guidelines are a narrow reading of a Supreme Court ruling on Monday that required the U.S. to continue to admit people who have “bona fide” relationships — with either people or institutions — into the country. Under the new rules, for instance, a sister or a husband of an American citizen wouldn’t fall under the ban, but an aunt or a grandparent would.

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