The state Department will perform immigration Ordinance 72 hours after the court decision

© AP Photo / Luis M. AlvarezЗдание of the US state Department in Washington. Archival photoThe state Department will perform immigration Ordinance 72 hours after the court decision© AP Photo / Luis M. Alvarez

The state Department intends to start implementation of the migration points of the decree of the President of the United States Donald trump within 72 hours of the U.S. Supreme court decision, said the Minister on Monday.

Earlier on Monday the U.S. Supreme court agreed to hear a case under the immigration decree of the President of Donald trump, during the pendency suspended most of the decisions of the lower courts that blocked the document.

The judges also provided a partial right of administration on the entry into force of the provisions of the immigration Ordinance until the court case is still pending. In particular, the immigration Ordinance is valid «against the foreigners who can not confirm genuine relationships with individuals or organizations located in the United States.»

«The United States, according to the order of the Supreme court and in accordance with the presidential decree dated June 14, 2017, are obliged to begin its implementation later 72 hours after receipt (in the disposal of the Agency)», — reads the statement.

The Department also undertook to provide detailed information on the implementation of the decree after consultation with the ministries of justice and internal security.»

The Agency has committed to provide information to the partners in the field of tourism and work with refugees.

Last week the second court of appeal confirmed the suspension of the decree trump, temporarily banning the entry of citizens of the six predominantly Muslim countries into the United States. The decision on suspension of the decree was upheld by the Ninth circuit court in San Francisco. Earlier, a similar decision was made by the Fourth court of appeals in Richmond, Virginia.

His decree trump had intended to suspend the entry into the United States for 90 days citizens of Iran, Yemen, Libya, Syria, Somalia, Sudan. Iraq, in contrast, has been cancelled by a court decree, in the list of countries is missing. The decree also had to suspend for 120 days the program began