Trump Proposes Major Immigration Changes

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US President Donald Trump introduced wide range of Immigration Changes on Monday. He issued a Memo, which outlines the measures to handle the situation across the border with Mexico, to the Attorney General and Homeland Security Secretary.

The Measures include Taking decision on Asylum Applications within 180 days of filing, Charging Fee for Asylum Applications and Work Permit Applications and Stopping Illegal Migrants from receiving work authorisation prior to relief or protection is granted.


Trump had already stressed the need to strengthen the Southern Border to stop illegal migrants. He alleged, 'Coyotes and Drug Cartels are in complete control of the Mexico Side of the Southern Border. They make drugs in the labs nearby to sell into the US. Mexico, one of the most dangerous country's in the World must eradicate this problem now. Also, Stop the MARCH to the US'.

The US President maintained there is need to fight hard for these votes in 2020 Election if the Democrats support his proposal to change the weak, ineffective and dangerous Immigration Laws. These changes were proposed by Donald Trump eyeing re-election in 2020 Presidential Polls.

Disagreement between Donald Trump and US Lawmakers over funding for the wall on US-Mexico Border led to the longest-ever partial government shutdown in US. Eventually, Thousands of Federal Workers hadn't received their pay during the Christmas period last year.
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