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What Immigration Orders the President Issued in 2021
What Immigration Orders the President Issued in 2021

Happy Presidents' Day, everyone! Last week I wrote about what the current U.S. President hasn't and can't do, but today, in the interests of a day dedicated to the leaders of the U.S., I want to discuss what the current U.S. President has done that actually results in some ...

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