On February 2, President Biden signed an executive order to reestablish the Task Force On New Americans. The Obama-era task force was implemented in 2014 to help integrate immigrants into American communities.
“The basic idea of welcoming immigrants to our shores is central to our way of life — it is in our DNA. We believe our diversity, our differences, when joined together by a common set of ideals, makes us stronger, makes us more creative, makes us different. From all these different strands, we make something new here in America.”President Barack Obama, July 4, 2014
Biden’s order is intended to restore faith in America’s legal immigration system, and to strengthen integration and inclusion efforts for new Americans:
• help immigrants settle in their new country
• maximize the use of federal resources in promoting integration
• gather input and provide recommendations on successful integration practices
• encourage volunteerism among both U.S. citizens and new immigrants
• provide training and technical resources to organizations that serve immigrants
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On his first days in office, President Biden reversed many of the Trump administration’s policy to severely restrict immigration:
• DACA Under the Biden Administration
• Guide To Biden’s Immigration – Removal Court and 100 Days Stop To Removal
• What Immigration Changes Are Expected During Biden’s 1st 100 Days?
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