Biden cancels Trump's decision to suspend immigration to the United States

US President Joe Biden has lifted restrictions that former President Donald Trump placed on preventing foreign workers and applicants from entering the United States in order to protect American workers.

Trump issued the decision, last year, to protect American workers amid the high unemployment rate due to the spread of the new Corona virus.

Biden rejected this interpretation of the decision during his signing of the cancellation of Trump's decision, on Wednesday, noting that the restrictions have prevented families from meeting with each other and that they have hurt American business.

Biden has pledged to scrap many of Trump's strict immigration policies, and activists have called for the suspension to be lifted on granting residency and temporary work visas, which were supposed to end on March 31.

And last October, a federal judge in California blocked Trump's decision to ban temporary workers, because hundreds of thousands of American businesses had objected to the decision in lawsuits.

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