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Bush signed in October of 2001, subsequent reforms followed, such as the 2004 Intelligence Reform and Prevention act.

By-Cindy

Prior to 2020 the United States has experienced a decrease in illegal immigration numbers compared to the last 10-20 years. Despite President Trump's administration's attempt to close borders, an action which seems to fuel rather than deter the rush to cross-over, the real catalyst to rigid immigration reforms, became the forefront back in 2001, as policies were rewritten and enacted after the attacks on 9/11.

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