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The announcement came as President Donald Trump often make political decisions – as a surprise to many of its employees. Monday ‘night, Trump tweeted that legal immigration most of the United States in the wake of 19-COVID epidemic to curb “job security.” Several senior officials had already gone home for the night, when the announcement of Trump. On Tuesday, the government has yet to be written and reviewed White House lawyers, and important decisions were still about exactly how wide will be made on immigration blanket freeze, and if there are exceptions for agricultural seasonal workers, staff physician or close relatives of citizens of the United States. Not everyone, however, was taken by surprise. While much of the world is focused on the crown onset, Trump Senior Adviser Stephen Miller has internally led to the agitation step and the US Citizenship and Immigration Services Ken Cuccinelli Trump proposed policy. Bringing legal immigration is a setback early migration and border legal security in the long shadow of the pandemic created a behind the scenes of the Trump campaign in March to end life only the most recent part. helped Trump tough stance on immigration supporters Energize in 2016, and Trump campaign wants some ‘of that power is on again in the three elections in November. Border officials have the epidemic to remove more than 10,000 people who have turned into the border ports of entry without screening them for asylum applications used. Since the end of March, the State Department quietly stopped almost all seen and drop interview appointment canceled. admission of refugees have been reduced to almost zero. construction of border wall was laps; Recently, a contract of $569 million no-bid wall boundary accumulation of a GOP donor owned a contracting company 17 additional miles. Even the way the rescue rolling crown controls is designed to exclude many immigrants. Stay up to date on the growing threat to global health, by signing up for our daily newsletter crown. “This is par for the course for this administration – the use of this pandemic and this emergency situation on other measures that have already implemented and push even further,” explains Jen Smyers, director of policy and advocacy for immigration and the program of the refugees in the church World service, one of the oldest faith bottom of refugee resettlement organizations. Even for close associates Trump to know that his political decisions on his Twitter account you are accustomed to Monday night Tweet seemed unusually sweeping in its mandate. “! Given the attack by the invisible enemy, and the need to protect the jobs of our great American citizen, I will sign an executive order to temporarily suspend immigration to the United States” Trump wrote on Twitter: 10.00. When asked by TIME on Tuesday at a press conference, confirmed his Trump would eventually exceptions for seasonal agricultural migrant workers, among other types of workers, one of several types of visas. Trump announced the appointment of new green cards would normally apply and last for at least 60 days. “It ‘s easier to stop everything cold as it is to plan so that farmers are people who have worked in these factories for many years – and this is what we do,” said Trump TIME. The timing may have been unexpected, but the idea of ​​closing the issuance of new visas and green cards to work is “percolating for a while ‘,” said a White House official. Trump is for bold political moves asked to disclose in crisis. “He tries to show the action in all things,” the official said. Trump re-election campaign in 2020 has already trumpeted the decision as a strong movement on the spread of the virus and slow skyrocketed to provide jobs for the unemployed American workers. “At a time when our economy has been artificially interrupted by the virus, more competition for the introduction of jobs would worsen unemployment and depress wages, especially in Black and Latino communities,” Tim Murtaugh, director of communications for the of Trump’s re-election campaign, he said in a statement. “Infected preventing further entry of people with the virus potentially additional security measure for the country,” Murtaugh said. Since March 21, US Customs and Border Protection (CBP) emergency public health must go back more than 10,000 people from border crossings used without screening for asylum applications, according to data from CBP. The new authority for summary expulsions brand, also known as “explusions” known came from an order issued by the public health center for the control and prevention of disease. The law treatment before Trump signed into law last month to stop payments to US citizens filing a joint tax return with your spouse that no social security number, unless one spouse was a member of the armed forces the United States in the past year, the Internal Revenue Service is a unique tax identification number of workers who have no social security numbers, if a person is not illegal in the country, and these workers file taxes. However, the law requires the payment of $1,200 for the Americans, who have a social security number and earn up to $75,000 in adjusted gross income up to $500 for each child. On March 20, the State Department began issuing visa routine services, canceled the interview appointments for visa and has limited operations Embassy to help Americans abroad. US embassies abroad were required to answer emergency travel visas for seasonal agricultural workers, crews and vessels and medical staff for consideration pandemic. Refugee resettlement, and for the tens of thousands of people who have already been reviewed and approved to enter the United States, he had already hit an all time low after administration Trump impose a 18,000-person cap on the number of visas for refugees admitted to the fiscal year on September 30 under 20% of the historical average. On April 16, the Republican Senator James Lankford of Oklahoma and Democratic Senator Patrick Leahy of Vermont, both Mike Pompeo Secretary and current secretary of the Homeland Security Chad Wolf asked the expiry dates for visas for refugees already extended for resettlement in United States and special immigrant visa problems whose beneficiaries are the people employed by the US government in Afghanistan. Slows initiatives in other parts of the federal government, as the spread of the virus, CBP and the Army Corps of Engineers have pursued the Trump management plan to complete 450 miles of the border wall by the end of the year. “More than ever, the edges of the subject, the border security, Business wall” CBP Acting Commissioner problems Mark Morgan told reporters on April 9, Rhode Island Senator Jack Reed, the top Democrat on the Armed Services Committee Senate, concerned that in his haste contract, political donors Trump administration are favored. In particular, a contract awarded $569 million on April 13 is to Bozeman, Montana construction company called BFBC LLC to the test. The president and other executives of Barnard Construction, the parent company BFBC are important donors Republicans, according to Federal Election Commission records. “In a time when the Trump administration should mobilize resources, including the Army Corps of Engineers to help effectively combat the crown and save lives, the Trump board instead directing half a billion dollars in cash for a contract not bid wall “to build, Reed said in a statement, adding: ‘this raises questions about the timing of this contract and disturbing as it was given to this private contractors Reed said the investigative arm of Congress asked the Government Accountability Office to examine the contract. The construction of the wall was Trump brand campaign promise in 2016, and in November, and spits economy approaches Trump turn back on immigration, an issue that helped get him elected for the first time. -With reporting by John Walcott / Washington Please send tips, leads and stories from the front to [email protected].