Trump Unveils Immigration Plans In Regulatory Agenda

Law360 (May 22, 2019, 10:49 PM EDT) -- President Donald Trump's administration plans to spend the next year dismantling bedrock protections for migrant children in government custody, beefing up its ranks of immigration judges, reforming employment visa programs and increasing the U.S. Attorney General's certification powers.

The president's "Spring 2019 Unified Agenda," released on Wednesday by the Office of Information and Regulatory Affairs, offers a glimpse into the Trump administration's concrete plans — and a planned timeline for the rollout — to shape federal immigration policy and regulations.

The agenda, which is published twice a year, unveils a projected timeline for a host of highly anticipated proposals, from the...

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