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“U.S. Wants to Allow More Foreign Workers While Also Restricting Immigration” – New York Times

“The federal government wants to issue more visas for foreign workers to take temporary jobs in housekeeping, landscaping and other fields — even as President Trump seeks to seal off the border with Mexico, where most of those workers come from.” Read More

“Immigration Enforcement Under Trump Neglects Rule Of Law” – Law 360

“On May 1, the Trump administration called on Congress to provide $4.5 billion in emergency supplemental funding “to provide more resources to respond to the humanitarian crisis at the border. “ Read More

“What’s Behind the U.S. Legal Immigration Slowdown?” – Fortune

“On May 13 at the White House, a few days before releasing his immigration reform proposal, President Donald Trump hosted Hungarian Prime Minister Viktor Orban. The nationalist leader is known, among other things, for consolidating the press under his influence and taking a hard line against refugees and other immigrants.” Read More

“How Trump’s new immigration plan could hurt the economy” – Vox

“Last week, the White House announced the outlines of a plan that would revamp the country’s legal immigration system, cutting back family-based immigration in favor of “merit-based” immigration.” Read More

“What does Trump’s “merit-based” immigration plan mean for Indians?” – Quartz

“Donald Trump’s new “merit-based” immigration plan seems to be tipping the scales in favour of skilled foreign talent.” Read More

Trump suddenly takes a softer line on verifying immigrant documentation status” – Washington Post

“Central to President Trump’s appeal for much of his base is the hard line he takes on immigration. From the first minutes of his campaign launch announcement in June 2015, Trump excoriated illegal immigration and embraced the idea that one of the key priorities for the next president should be to crack down on those in the country illegally.” Read More

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