How Trump’s immigration plans are shaping up, from the Senate to the White House
President Donald Trump’s new immigration overhaul could set the stage for years of litigation over his signature immigration program, The Hill reports.
The president announced the bill in a speech Monday morning.
He said the bill would cut the number of immigrants who are allowed to live in the U.S. by almost a third.
But it would not immediately take effect.
It would also require immigrants to wait two years before their deportation proceedings would begin.
That delay would expire at the end of June, when the Trump administration is expected to file an appeal to the U