Hawaii files court challenge to Trump administration's definition of close U.S. relationship needed to avoid travel ban.

HONOLULU (AP) — Hawaii Attorney General Doug Chin says he's concerned the Trump administration may be violating the U.S. Supreme Court's travel ban ruling.

The travel ban temporarily baring some citizens of six majority-Muslim countries from coming into the United States went into effect Thursday. The new rules stop people from Syria, Sudan, Somalia, Yemen, Iran and Libya from getting a visa to the United States unless they have a "bona fide" relationship with a close relative, school or business in the U.S.

Chin says many of the people that the federal government decided to exclude are considered "close family" in Hawaii.

A federal judge in Hawaii is expected to issue a ruling on Hawaii's motion asking for clarification that the administration can't enforce the ban against fiancs or relatives not defined by the administration guidelines.