Trump Administration May Close U.S. Borders to Unauthorized Foreigners Over Coronavirus Risk

Ali Corbett

Due to the fact of the coronavirus pandemic, the Trump administration is looking at a plan to shut the U.S. border with Mexico and Canada as soon as this week to asylum seekers and other foreigners who never have permission to enter the state, people today familiar with the plan stated.

Below the plan, the administration would preserve ports of entry open up to U.S. citizens, lasting inhabitants and foreigners with authorized permission to enter the state. Foreigners protected by President Trump’s current travel limitations on China and Europe are…

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