Comment: Reforming Immigration Enforcement

Today's Immigration Daily issue features several items of interest, including Articles, Bloggings and News about the possible ways Biden administration can reform Immigration Enforcement and more. Please scroll down to find the item(s) below.

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Article: How Biden Can Reform Immigration Enforcement and Detention by Jorge Loweree for Immigration Impact

Blogging: Muslim Ban, Family Separation, "Remain in Mexico", Public Charge, other anti-immigrant persecutions, led up to Trump's attempted fascist coup By Roger Algase

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Headline: Trump Extends Immigration Bans Despite Opposition From U.S. Business Groups Click here
Headline: Mexico says it shares Biden's focus on tackling migration's root causes Click here
Headline: Biden's work cut out for him in plan to undo Trump immigration policy Click here
Headline: 'Dreamers': DACA is good, but we need immigration reform Click here
Headline: An immigrant's perspective on chaos at US Capitol Click here

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