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Biden Lifts Trump's Immigrant Visa Restriction On Nigeria


US President Joe Biden has lifted the immigrant visa ban forced on Nigeria by Donald Trump, his predecessor. 

As per the New York Times, Biden turned around the restriction on his first day in office and guided the State Office to restart visa handling for people from the affected nations. 

Bloomberg likewise revealed the activity which got through a executive order and would look for an arrangement to address the individuals affected . 

Trump forced the restriction on outsider visa — gave to the individuals who try to migrate to the US — on Nigeria and six different nations in the wake of extending his controversial immigrant policies.

First gave as the executive order 13768 of January 25, 2017, the ban was altered a few times despite various court difficulties, with the last form notwithstanding residents of seven nations: Iran, Libya, Somalia, Syria, Yemen, Venezuela, and North Korea. 

In January 2020, the prompt past US president marked a new decree that included Nigeria, however not as serious as those for the seven nations covered by the previous travel ban. 

While it actually permitted Nigerians to visit the US, residents were, generally, banished from getting comfortable in the US forever.

Chad Wolf, acting secretary of the department of homel and security, had said the movement limitations were forced on Nigeria and six different countries to "address security worries in the manner in which the prohibited nations track their own residents, share data with the U.S. what's more, collaborate on movement matters". 

In any case, hours subsequent to accepting office as 46th president, Biden gave a executive order that turned around the movement limitations, saying "outsiders have reinforced America's families, networks, organizations and labor force, and economy, implanting the US with innovativeness, energy, and creativity". 

It in any case, revealed that Biden's "goal-oriented" migration arrangements, which additionally looks for an eight-year way to citizenship for undocumented migrants, could confront snags in congress.

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