Biden administration tosses out Trump’s revised U.S. citizenship test
ROANOKE, Va. – Removing barriers for potential citizens, the Biden administration is bringing back the old citizenship test. Creating tougher questions and adding more of them, the Trump administration revised the U.S. Citizenship test last year. In 2020, the Trump administration doubled the requirement by having people answer 12 out of 20 civic questions correctly. The study guide was also altered to have 128 potential questions rather than 100.
Congressman Bob Good prioritizing economy, immigration after being sworn into office
ROANOKE, Va – Republican Congressman Bob Good is looking to build trust among the people of the 5th district. Good says since he was officially sworn in a few weeks ago, his top priority in Washington has been improving the economy following the coronavirus pandemic. Good also hopes to see some of Former President Donald Trump’s immigration plans continue. He was one of several congressmen who recently took a trip to view conditions at the border wall in southern Arizona. AdHe hopes to see the border wall completed in the near future.
Immigration lawyer analyzes President Biden’s plan for expedited citizenship pathway
ROANOKE, Va. – In a span of four years, the Trump administration made 400 policy changes in regards to immigration. Eleven million undocumented residents in the United States could find themselves obtaining citizenship in just a matter of eight years. Based on the current complex immigration system, attaining citizenship can take up to two decades. More than 2.5 million immigrants were deported between 2009 and 2015. Rather than focus on enforcement at the border, President Biden intends to invest in technology and establish immigration offices in other countries.
Marco Rubio responds to immigration protesters
Immigration activists took aim at the Republican presidential candidate during a GOP policy summit in South Carolina on Saturday, interrupting the Florida senator with shouts of "Rubio does not represent our community" and "undocumented and unafraid."cbsnews.com