According to the president, the immigration rule introduced by the Trump administration is not in the interests of the United States.
US President Joe Biden has signed an executive order repealing the Donald Trump administration’s immigration rule banning immigrants from entering the US who cannot afford to pay for health insurance.
Biden’s executive order emphasizes that the US administration is committed to expanding citizens ‘ access to quality and affordable health care.
“However, we can achieve this goal without banning immigrants who intend to enter our country legally, but do not have significant financial means or have not purchased health insurance,” the White House said in a document released by the White House. It emphasizes that the entry ban was not in the interests of the United States.
Earlier, a US federal judge in New York blocked the implementation of an immigration rule introduced by the Trump administration, according to which an immigrant could be denied the right to permanent residence in the United States if an official believes that an immigrant can seek help from the state.
It was about food allowances, preferential health insurance, and the provision of subsidized housing. In the verdict, he explained that the federal government did not provide evidence of the need to apply this rule, which is contrary to the principle of the “American Dream.”