Immigration and civil rights advocates are gearing up for round two in the fight against President Trump's travel ban.

The American Civil Liberties Union (ACLU) said it's working with the National Immigration Law Center on next steps following the revised immigration order Trump signed on Monday.

"We're all taking the next few days to closely study this revised Muslim ban," said Joanne Lin, ACLU's senior legislative counsel, at a press conference Tuesday held in response to the new order and organized by United We Dream.

"I can assure you the litigation lives on and we will continue to challenge this ban."

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