The Trump administration is considering two executive orders to restrict immigration, taking aim at immigrant workers and those likely to depend on public assistance, The Washington Post reported Tuesday.
The White House would not comment for the Post's story, and it's unclear if Trump will act on the documents or how they may change.
The first draft is a plan to screen out would-be immigrants who are likely to require public assistance.
The measure also seeks to deport — when possible — immigrants already present in the U.S. who are dependent on taxpayer aid.
The second draft calls for an overhaul of the system used for administering immigrant and non-immigrant visas.
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