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The Trump administration has an immigration plan, but it will pass muster with Democrats in Congress? Reactions and analyses from the “Special Report” All-Stars.
President Trump the new, soon-to-be-announced-immigration-plan “fundamentally changes the way we think about immigration,” Axios reporter Jonathan Swan said on Wednesday.
Trump is scheduled to deliver a major immigration address on Thursday, Fox News has learned, as the White house to unveil the plan is set to officially.
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The proposal, said to put an end to the visa lottery system, and instead, the implementation of a comprehensive merit-based admission procedure, three senior administration officials told Fox News.
“The most important thing about this proposal is that it is said fundamentally changes the way we think about immigration,” the Swan, “Special Report”, as part of the “All-Star Panel”.
“It flips on the head [of the idea] normally, we take the mass of the people, because of their family ties. This completely changed, and it looks at skills and education,” he said.
Potential immigrants a rating of knowledge would be with a point-based system, the accounting of factors, including age, whether or not each candidate an offer of employment over a certain salary reported threshold and the educational and professional certifications, Fox News.
Swan to the fact that top-Trump-Advisor to Jared Kushner – who is married to the President’s daughter, Ivanka – presented to the attention of the plan on Capitol Hill.
Host Bret Baier asked the Swan, the of Kushner’s top-two aspirations that the new immigration overhaul and the proposal, the broker for peace between Israel and the Palestinians, has a better chance to come to fruition.
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“[The two unsolvable problems are responded],” Swan. “[Kushner] white to pick as you are.”
Fox News’ John Roberts, and Gregg Re contributed to this report.