The New Yorker reports on the “extensive, unpublicized bureaucratic effort to transform immigration through rule changes, adjustments to asylum officers’ guidelines, modifications to enforcement norms, and other measures” that took place during the Trump administration, as well as the real-life impact these policies have had on people fleeing violence and persecution and seeking to immigrate to the United States. The article also covers what it will take for the Biden administration to undo these measures. Politico reports that the Senate has delayed its vote to confirm Alejandro Mayorkas, President Biden’s nominee to lead DHS, to tomorrow due to inclement weather.

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The Race to Dismantle Trump’s Immigration Policies