The administration is ready to propose immigration reform
The white house is ready to resume talks with Congress about the fate of the immigration reform and next Monday will send to Capitol hill a plan of action in this direction. This was stated press Secretary of the White house Sarah Huckabee Sanders.
As stressed by Sanders during a Wednesday briefing, the plan “represents a compromise that can support representatives of both parties.”
“We urge the Senate to bring this document to the vote,” she said.
A spokesman for the White house refused to answer questions about the details of the proposed plan, including whether the new initiative provision of security assurances to the children of illegal immigrants.
Sarah Sanders was limited to the statement that the approved authority of the “legislative activity” involves the final solution to the problem of stay in the U.S. the young immigrants.
According to her, the plan is part of a larger strategy trump, which involves in the framework of the immigration reform to strengthen the US border and to withdraw from the visa lottery, including a lottery green card.