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LOS ANGELES, March 29 (Xinhua) — A U.S. federal choose in Hawaii on Wednesday prolonged his earlier nationwide order blocking the implementation of President Donald Trump’s revised journey ban whereas the lawsuit continues.

U.S. District Decide Derrick Watson’s authentic order halting the journey ban was issued on March 15, hours earlier than the ban was set to enter impact, within the type of a nationwide short-term restraining order.

Courtroom papers present that Watson granted a movement on Wednesday to show his short-term restraining order right into a preliminary injunction, extending his order in opposition to the ban whereas the case strikes ahead.

The transfer units the stage for the Division of Justice to attraction to the ninth Circuit Courtroom of Appeals, which is similar court docket that upheld a nationwide halt to Trump’s first journey ban final month after a Seattle federal choose dominated in opposition to it.

Hawaii has grow to be the primary state in the USA to file a lawsuit in opposition to Trump’s revised journey ban. Decide Watson blocked provisions of the March 6 government order of Trump that will have frozen the refugee program for 120 days and stopped residents of six Muslim nations from getting into the USA.

The revised journey ban will bar entry of residents of Iran, Libya, Syria, Somalia, Sudan and Yemen for 90 days.

The brand new order lowered the named nations from seven to 6, amongst different adjustments. Iraq, which was included within the first ban, has been taken off the listing.

The state of Hawaii sued to cease the journey ban, arguing the president’s coverage violates the Structure and the journey ban would hurt its economic system due to the lack of tourism and the flexibility to recruit worldwide college students.

Trump reacted to Watson’s March 15 restraining order by calling the ruling “an unprecedented judicial overreach”, pledging to take the authorized battle all the best way to the Supreme Courtroom.