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The Immigration Policy Tracking Project (IPTP) is a comprehensive compilation of the known executive and administrative immigration policies of the Trump administration. Entries are organized by topic, catalogued in a searchable database, and include official source documents and predecessor policies.
The IPTP website is a project of Professor Lucas Guttentag and is maintained under his direction by immigration law experts and research assistants at Stanford and Yale Law Schools.
Reflects degree to which the Trump-era policy remains in effect today.
Trump-era policies that have not been altered or eliminated.
Policies that have not been fully eliminated but are not in effect in their original substance. They may have been amended, updated with changes, or eliminated or enjoined in some jurisdictions or with respect to some affected parties but not others.
Policies that have expired or been fully rescinded, replaced, enjoined, etc., or that were proposed but never were finalized.
Indicates the entity that caused the action reflected in Type of Action. "Others" may include the Trump administration, Congress, unions, etc.--i.e., any actor other than the courts or the Biden Administration.
Indicates the process or action by which a policy ceased to be in effect or became partially in effect. If no such action or process has take place, or if the policy has been ratified, it is fully in effect.