December 30, 2017
The Trump administration is putting immigration reform in the spotlight in 2018, specifically on building a southern border wall and overhauling the visa system, despite obstruction from democrats
A new report lays out the plans for sweeping changes to the country’s immigration system, after the President’s first year focused on enhancing border security.
Funding for the wall will need to come from congress, but democrats have said they will note vote for a spending bill that puts money toward a southern barrier.
The administration is also looking to make changes to the visa system, particularly on ending chain migration and sanctuary cities.