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President Donald J. Trump is taking action to temporarily pause immigration and protect American workers as we confront the coronavirus, the fact sheet at whitehouse.gov states.


President Trump is suspending new immigrant visas to put American communities and workers first as we move toward safely reopening the economy.


The pause will be in effect for 60 days, and the Administration will continue to monitor the labor market to amend or extend the proclamation if needed.


There will be exemptions for medical and other essential workers to combat the outbreak, spouses and minor children of American citizens, and certain other aliens.


President Trump is also asking his Administration to review guest worker programs to assess whether additional measures should be taken to protect American workers.


The fact sheet at whitehouse.gov also states that the President’s decision to pause immigration is backed by the American people: recent polling shows Americans strongly stand behind restricting immigration into the country during this crisis.


Nearly 80% of those polled said they favor a temporary pause on immigration into the United States, according to a recent USA Today/Ipsos poll.


A recent Pew Research Center poll found that 81% of Americans see mass immigration as a threat.


A recent Scott Rasmussen survey found that 70% of those polled agreed that the Government should place a temporary ban on foreign entry into the United States.


President Trump’s efforts will ensure we continue to put American workers first as we begin to reopen our economy, states the fact sheet.


American workers have been hurt through no fault of their own due to the coronavirus.


It would be unfair to allow Americans out of work due to the coronavirus to be replaced by new immigrant labor brought into the United States.

 

Mass migration of low-skilled labor into the United States disproportionately harms historically disadvantaged Americans.


African Americans and other minorities, Americans without a college degree, and others are especially harmed by an influx of foreign labor.


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