According to the court, the decree is a manifestation of religious discrimination
The court of appeals in Virginia ruled Thursday that the latest version of the immigration decree of the President of trump concerning restrictions on entry into the country for citizens of six countries with a predominantly Muslim population, violates the U.S. Constitution because it is discriminatory on religious grounds.
The court of appeals of the 4th district in Richmond became the second Federal appeals court that passed the decree against the decree of trump, which was announced in September last year. The Supreme court held that the stipulated decree limits can enter into force before the end of the trials for this reason. In April, the Supreme court will hear arguments about the legality of the decree and render a decision by the end of June.