According to the Washington Post, the Biden administration changed some of the terms used on immigrants during the Donald Trump era.
According to the information in the note sent to the US Immigration and Customs Enforcement Unit (ICE) and the Border and Customs Enforcement Unit (CBP), the term “illegal foreigner” used in the Trump era was changed to “illegal” instead of “undocumented” and “foreign”. The words “non-citizen” or “immigrant” will be used.
In addition, the word “integration” will replace the word “assimilation”, which is used to integrate immigrants into society.
‘CHANGE IS MADE TO BUILD A HUMANITARIAN SYSTEM’
It was stated that the change made by the Biden administration was made within the scope of the Trump administration’s efforts to remove the criticized immigration policies and establish a more “humanitarian” system.