Biden cancels Trump-imposed decision regarding the "green card" campaign
Yesterday, US President Joe Biden canceled a decision issued by his predecessor Donald Trump to prevent many applicants for obtaining a green card from entering the United States.
Trump issued the ban last year, saying he was wanted to protect employment in the United States amid soaring unemployment due to the coronavirus pandemic.
Biden rejected that justification in a post repealing the visa ban, saying it had deprived families of meeting in the United States and harmed commercial and economic activities there.
Biden had pledged to reverse many of the immigration policies of his predecessor.
And the president left another ban on the entry of most temporary foreign workers.
And last October, a California federal judge obstructed Trump's ban on foreign workers, saying it had harmed hundreds of thousands of business owners in the United States who challenged the decision in court.
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