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Ed O'Callaghan, Principal Deputy Assistant Attorney General, made the remarks during a news conference yesterday about a recent report of the Department of Justice linking immigration and terrorism.
Donald Trump administration to push for merit-based immigration system; English, skills to be in 'must list'
A merit-based immigration system, the Trump administration feels would admit the best and the brightest around the world while making it harder for people to come to the country illegally.
The H-1B work visa, which is highly popular among Indian technology professionals, puts American workers at risk, a top Republican Senator has alleged.
Trump administration has no qualms admitting immigrants who are skilled, employed and can speak English, a top official has said.
Trump said that America's current immigration system weakens national security, as his administration sought Supreme Court backing to lift protections shielding 700,000 Dreamer immigrants.
The White House says the current system brings too many people to the country who cannot assimilate and lack skills and education to contribute to society.
The report is as per the direction of President Donald Trump who signed an executive order in this regard last year.
A new report released today by a cross-party parliamentary committee has called on the UK government to drop its annual target of reducing immigration.
The Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals (DACA) programme created by President Barack Obama prevents deportation of people who arrived in the US as minor.
Trump said in September he was scrapping the program but delayed enforcement to give Congress six months -- until March -- to craft a lasting solution.
A flood of grinning feces emojis then stream out of the hotel's entrance as "SHITHOLE" appears in larger text above it.
Unlike any US leader in decades, Trump has attacked immigration, slashed legal arrivals, called to expel millions of non-citizens, and invited only wealthy and educated foreigners.
US President Donald Trump today reiterated his support for a merit-based immigration system which will take America to the "next level".
United States President Donald Trump's comment on the immigrants from Haiti, El Salvador and African countries have drawn criticism and condemnation from across the world.
There are some 258 million migrants in the world, whom the UN defines as people who cross an international border to live and work in another country for at least one year.