1) Appeal directly to the U.S. Supreme Court
2) Go back to the federal district court in Seattle that originally blocked the Trump order
3) Write a new order and start over.
"We are going to keep our country safe," Mr. Trump said at a White House news conference with the Japanese leader.
While the White House and Department of Justice were evaluating their legal choices, the Ninth Circuit offered up a surprise of its own, revealing that a judge on that circuit had asked for an internal vote, to see if the Trump immigration matter should be reheard by all of the judges, known as an en banc hearing.
The Ninth Circuit offered this explanation of what the process entails.
It wasn't clear if the Justice Department would take up the Ninth Circuit on the idea, or not.
The bottom line is that the President's plan remains on hold to temporarily halt refugee admissions and to prevent any arrivals from seven different Muslim nations.