Biden repeals the Trump proclamation, with the exception of many green card applicants and foreign temporary workers
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By Ted Hesson
WASHINGTON (Reuters) – US President Joe Biden on Wednesday revoked a proclamation by his predecessor that prevented many green card applicants and foreign temporary workers from entering the US.
Former President Donald Trump issued the bans last year, saying they were necessary to protect U.S. workers from high unemployment due to the coronavirus pandemic.
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