The Trump administration’s decision to close the Flores immigration loophole is the latest in a series of long-overdue, common-sense immigration reforms. While liberals will cry foul, average Americans are demanding this kind of smart, targeted step toward solving our immigration crisis.
While Congress has tried and failed for decades to create a comprehensive immigration reform plan, the administration has steadily been chipping away at the system’s problems to make immigration work for our country again.
Two weeks ago, the White House issued a “public charge” rule change, restricting the ability of non-citizens to apply for a green card if they rely significantly on welfare benefits or are likely to do so.
This week, they issued a new regulation to replace the Flores settlement and end family separation during lengthy immigration proceedings.
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