Trump Suspends Entry of Immigrants Who Cannot Pay for Healthcare
The proclamation, issued by the White House, said it would not affect any individual’s eligibility for asylum or refugee status.
File photo of Donald Trump. (Image: Reuters)
Washington: US President Donald Trump on Friday signed a proclamation suspending entry of immigrants who cannot pay for their healthcare costs and will not be covered by health insurance within 30 days of entering the United States.
The proclamation, issued by the White House, said it would not affect any individual’s eligibility for asylum or refugee status. The measure will take effect on November 3, it said.
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