Washington state - the only state to secure a nationwide halt of Trump's first executive order - asked a judge Friday to apply that halt to the revised version.
A federal judge in Seattle issued a temporary restraining order halting Trump's initial travel ban order after Washington state and Minnesota sued.
But Judge James Robart - who suspended the first travel ban - refused to rule on the latest application.
According to experts, the Hawaii court has to prove the revised travel ban still discriminates against Muslims on goal and thus violates the Establishment Clause of the First Amendment. Spokeswoman Nicole Navas said agency attorneys were reviewing the Syrian man's complaint and declined to comment further.
American foreign policy experts - in their letter directed to Trump, Attorney General Jeff SessionsJeff Sessions134 foreign policy experts condemn Trump travel ban GOP senator reports hacking attempts after WikiLeaks criticism Diplomats warn of Russian Federation hysteria MORE, Secretary of State Rex W. Tillerson, Secretary of Defense Jim Mattis, Secretary of Homeland Security John F. Kelly and Michael P. Dempsey, the acting director of national intelligence - called the new ban damaging.
"Make no mistake, this is the Muslim ban that President Trump and his aides have been promising", Farhana Khera, president of Muslim Advocates, said in a statement.
This is a win for all those opposing Trump's travel ban, and a huge victory for the family that will hopefully be reunited in their safe, new home.
In the original lawsuit targeting the first ban, Ferguson said it was unconstitutional and hurt the state's businesses and universities.
White House spokesman Sean Spicer said on Thursday that the administration believed the new order would withstand legal scrutiny.
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But opponents from several states have gone to court seeking to halt its implementation as well.
Imam Ismail Elshikh of the Muslim Association of Hawaii is a plaintiff in the state's challenge.
The first order, which Mr Trump signed in January, sparked mass protests as well as confusion at airports.
In a letter on Saturday, the 134 experts said the revised order would "jeopardize our relationships with allies and partners on whom we rely for vital counter-terrorism cooperation and information-sharing".
The revised ban blocks new visas for people from Somalia, Iran, Syria, Sudan, Libya and Yemen and temporarily halts the US refugee program.
Well, I think this is a very serious problem that the six countries to which the travel ban applies are all countries that are quite poor and do not have financial dealings with the Trump Organization.
The new directive says refugees already approved by the state department can enter the US.
Under the new order, no refugees will be accepted into the United States for 120 days. It doesn't single out Syrian refugees, and green-card holders will not be affected by the order.