As president Trump prepares for his re-election campaign, he is looking to take advantage of several issues surrounding immigration to ensure his second term in office. As a result, top officials on his cabinet are already proposing ways to be tougher on countries which rank high in the number of nationals who overstay short-term visas in the US.
Following several discussions amidst the officials, new travel restrictions could be in the channel for nationals of the marked countries as revealed by insiders who spoke under anonymity.
This restriction is just one in many other issues discussed by the officials who are doing all they can to meet the demands of the president regarding immigration. Trump's hard stance against immigration formed the basis of his campaign in 2016 and has shown serious ire at the influx of migrants at the country's border.
Trump; a man full of extreme and subtle
Mr. Trump's administration has fielded several immigration policies
that have often been deemed highly controversial and extreme. A threat to shut down the US-Mexico border, move to build a border wall forcefully and family separation are few of the extreme moves while efforts to crack down on visa overstays represent one of the subtle moves.
Hogan Gidley, a spokesman for White House, said the reduction of the rate of visa overstays in the country, as well as visa waivers, has been a top priority for the current administration. He emphasized that the government is committed to ensuring the protection of American taxpayers.
Yesterday, Monday, President Trump revealed that sending of migrants to sanctuary cities is taking effect irrespective of how unfeasible it looks.
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