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The White House announced Friday that it would rescind a 2019 proclamation that would have denied immigrant visas to applicants based on their ability to cover health costs. The proclamation, issued by the Trump administration, never took effect because it was blocked in court.
BAL Analysis: The revocation of the 2019 proclamation means that immigrant visa applicants will not be subject to additional criteria the Trump administration sought to impose, concerning their ability to pay healthcare expenses. BAL will continue to follow the Biden administration’s policies on immigration and will provide updates on important developments.
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