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Trump Vowed To 'Suspend Immigration Into The US' Because Of COVID-19


US President Donald Trump on the evening of 20-4 US suddenly announced on Twitter that he will give 'temporary immigration' to the US because of the COVID-19 pandemic and to protect jobs for US citizens.


According to Politico , on the evening of April 20, Trump tweeted that he would suspend immigration into the US because of the COVID-19 pandemic.
The full text of his tweet reads: 
"Because of the invasion of invisible enemies, as well as the need to protect the jobs of the Great American citizens, I will sign an executive order to suspend entry. immigrated to the United States ".
In a pre-announced policy statement, Trump said he would suspend all immigration to the United States to protect jobs for tens of millions of people who were unemployed because of COVID-19. and this number is increasing.

However, according to Reuters, the White House refused to provide more detailed information about the bases behind this decision, the time of implementation as well as its legal basis.
In mid-March this year, the US government stopped all normal visa procedures, both for immigrants and non-immigrants, in most of the country around the world to prevent COVID-19.

According to the New York Times , in recent weeks, the administration of President Donald Trump has stepped up efforts to prevent those seeking asylum and undocumented immigrants from entering the United States.

The New York Times reported that some immigrant protection activists accused President Trump and his advisers of taking advantage of the global epidemic to continue implementing their tough immigration policies.


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