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AILA Doc. No. 21012132 | Dated January 27, 2021 | File Size: 220 KDownload the Document
On 1/20/21, President Biden issued a proclamation declaring that the national emergency declared by Proclamation 9844, and continued on 2/13/20 and 1/15/21, is terminated and that the authorities invoked in that proclamation will no longer be used to construct a wall at the southern border. The proclamation further directs appropriate government officials to pause work on construction on the southern border wall and to develop a plan to redirect funds and repurpose contracts. (86 FR 7225, 1/27/21)
Proclamation 10142 of January 20, 2021
Termination of Emergency With Respect to the Southern Border of the United States and Redirection of Funds Diverted to Border Wall Construction
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