New U.S Executive Order issued on immigration: potential impact on ship crews
Today President Trump signed a new Executive Order 13780 entitled "Executive Order Protecting the Nation From Foreign Terrorist Entry Into The United States." This E.O. rescinds E.O. 13769 and introduces new restrictions on travel to the U.S. from Iran, Libya, Somalia, Sudan, Syria and Yemen. Note that immigration from Iraq is not targeted in this latest E.O. The E.O. has an effective date of March 16, 2017 at 12:01AM, eastern daylight time. Executive Order 13780 revokes and replaces President Trump's earlier E.O 13769.
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The E.O. had an effective date of March 16, 2017. However, the key provisions of E.O. 13780, banning the issuance of new visas to nationals of the six designated countries for 90 days, have now been suspended by two Federal district court judges, one in Hawaii and the other in Maryland. A ruling is awaited from a third Federal judge in the State of Washington.
As a result of legal challenges, the recent Executive Order setting forth restrictions on immigration to the U.S has been temporarily suspended.
Client alert: U.S modifies russian sanctions against united company Rusal extending time to wind down contracts
Below is a Client Alert from US Law Firm, Freehill, Hogan & Mahar LLP advising on modifications to sanctions imposed on United Company Rusal PLC."
On May 8, 2019, exactly one year after President Trump announced that the United States was withdrawing from the Joint Comprehensive Plan of Action (“JCPOA”) and would re-impose the U.S. secondary sanctions against Iran, President Trump issued an Executive Order “Imposing Sanctions with Respect to the Iron, Steel, Aluminum, and Copper Sectors of Iran.”