From Washington Examiner
“The Trump administration will make it easier for a small portion of seriously ill illegal immigrants hoping to temporarily remain in the country to have their cases heard.
In a statement, the U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services said it would reverse course and consider ‘deferred action’ applications that were pending as of Aug. 7 by illegal immigrants hoping to temporarily avoid deportation because of serious medical conditions. Deferred action would delay removal.
USCIS, the agency headed by acting Director Ken Cuccinelli that reviews immigration requests, had mailed letters Aug. 7 to those with medical-related protections saying they would need to reapply with a new government component within the next month. Military members and their families were included.”
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