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Rep. Henry Cuellar, D-Texas, calls school reopening a ‘difficult situation.’ He also reacts to new guidelines that could curb deportations.
U.S. immigration authorities will revise their approach to arrests and deportations under President Biden, according to Homeland Security officials.
"U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services recently rescinded two 2018 policy memos related to the issuance of Notices to Appear when processing requests for immigration benefits," USCIS spokesman Matthew Bourke said Sunday. "The agency was directed to rescind the relevant policy in a [Department of Homeland Security] memo issued Jan. 20."
That’s the day Biden was inaugurated – and when he signed a slew of executive orders, some of which rolled back parts of former President Donald Trump’s immigration policy. He strengthened protections for recipients of the Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals program (DACA) and halted work on the border wall.
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