The Department of Homeland Security released two memos Tuesday outlining President Trump's immigration plans.
The memos set the stage for a more aggressive approach to detention and deportation, call for the hiring of 10,000 new immigration officers, but also leaves the Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals program, or DREAM Act, in place.
William Stock, an immigration attorney in Philadelphia and the current President of the American Immigration Lawyers Association, described the content of those memos and the impact they will have on immigration policy moving forward.
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