After Trump's executive order preventing citizens from 7 predominantly Muslim nations was blocked nationwide, the Trump administration appealed the ruling in an attempt to reinstate the ban.

But the U.S. Federal Appeals Court rejected the Trump administration's appeal, and the travel ban will remain suspended until the full case has been heard.

Lawyers argued that Trump's ban was unconstitutional because it denied people with legitimate entry documents the right to travel, and that it violated religious rights by targeting Muslims.