President Biden revoked Presidential Proclamation 9945 of October 4, 2019, which suspended the entry of immigrants who would financially burden the U.S. healthcare system. In his proclamation, Biden noted that the Proclamation “does not advance the interests” of the U.S. The revocation also noted that the 2019 Proclamation is “in tension” with the Biden administration’s newer, migrant-friendly agenda issued Executive Order from February 2, 2021, called Restoring Faith in Our Legal Immigration Systems and Strengthening Integration and Inclusion Efforts for New Americans.

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Biden revokes healthcare insurance proclamation.