President Joe Biden will sign three executive orders on illegal and legal immigration rolling back many of Donald Trump’s policies.
First executive order will create a task force to review legislation on the reunification of migrants who were separated from family members at the border during the Trump administration.
Second order will implement a three-part strategy to address “irregular migration” at the southern border, including developing a strategy to deal with route cause of what drives migrants north, and collaborate with Latin American countries south of border.
Biden promised during the campaign that he will end the Migrant Protection Protocols (MPP), known as the Remain-in-Mexico policy, keep migrants south of the border while their immigration hearings are underway rather than admitting them into the homeland.
Third order will review all current legislation regarding legal immigration with the goal to “streamline” the naturalization process and instruct agencies to review the public charge rule — which limited green cards to immigrants are deemed likely to be reliant on welfare.
“The executive order includes a review of many regulations, orders, guidance, documents and policies that the Trump administration put in place over the last four years,” a senior administration official told Fox News.
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