There have been new developments since the United States Supreme Court ruling on the partial immigration ban. The Supreme Court - the highest court in the United States - ruled that individuals with bona fide family relationships would be allowed entry into the United States. This applies to the White House’s original ban of a 90-day extended waiting period for natives of Libya, Syria, Iran, Sudan, Somalia and Yemen.
After nearly six months of legal wrangling and dissension, President Trump’s Executive Order known as the “Travel Ban” finally reached the Supreme Court. The Travel Ban was previously shot down by two federal appeals courts. The Supreme Court of the United States is the highest ranking federal court. There are eight Supreme Court justices and one chief justice.
Divorce – the dissolution of marriage is difficult under any circumstances but it becomes even more stressful when a divorce occurs between the L1 or primary visa holder and L2 spouse of the primary visa holder. When divorce is contemplated or pursued between the L1 visa holder it could result in the L2 spouse being required to leave the United States. This kind of situation may also require the involvement of a family lawyer.