Facebook's suspension of President Donald Trump's accounts is to be reviewed by its new Oversight Board.
The company setup the board, which it says is independent, this past year, to rule on controversial moderation decisions.
Mr Trump, whose bank account was frozen "indefinitely" on 7 January, will be able to submit a user statement to a good five-member case-review panel.
Its ruling will get binding and apply to Instagram also. Twitter has recently provided Mr Trump an outright ban.
After Pro-Trump protesters stormed the US legislature, Facebook chief Tag Zuckerberg said: "We believe the dangers of allowing the president to keep to use our service during this period are simply too great."
On Thursday, the Oversight Board stated it turned out "closely next events in the United States and Facebook's response to them.
"A good decision by the board upon this circumstance will be binding on Facebook and determine whether Mr Trump's suspension from usage of Facebook and Instagram for a great indefinite period of time is overturned."
The case will be assigned to a five member case review panel.
Mr Trump can realize your desire to submit a customer assertion explaining why he believes the suspension ought to be overturned.
Board members include previous Danish Primary Minister Helle Thorning-Schmidt and ex-Guardian editor Alan Rusbridger.
But critics say it lacks teeth, merely allowing Facebook to outsource hard decisions, and question why no cases were reviewed prior to the US elections in November.
Other current cases the board is certainly ruling on include:
A good screenshot of tweets by former Malaysian Prime Minister Mahathir Mohamad, where he wrote: "Muslims possess the right to be angry and kill an incredible number of French persons for the massacres of the past"
Photos of a good dead kid, fully clothed, with text message in Burmese asking as to why there was zero retaliation against China because of its treatment of Uighur Muslims
An alleged quotation by Nazi Germany's propaganda chief, Joseph Goebbels