The U.S. Supreme Court on Monday, Dec. 4, allowed the third version of the federal administration’s travel ban to take effect while legal challenges to it continue to be heard by the courts.
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The travel ban affects, in different ways, individuals from eight countries: Chad, Iran, Libya, North Korea, Somalia, Syria, Venezuela (certain government officials and their family members) and Yemen. Lawful permanent residents of the United States are not subject to it. The Supreme Court said it expected lower-court review of the legal challenges to the travel ban to occur quickly.
Stanford continues to welcome students and scholars from the around the world, believing that the exchange of people and ideas across borders is fundamental to the discovery and transmission of knowledge. The university joined court briefs challenging previous versions of the travel ban.