The Education and Technologies Committee of the U.S. House of Representatives will hold a hearing on Tuesday to review the education of new immigrants.
Rep. Joe Barton, R-Texas, said Wednesday that his panel will hold its hearing “to examine the challenges faced by the millions of Americans in the U,S.
He said the committee will also ask about the economic impacts of the new rules.”
They will be able to see firsthand how these new immigration restrictions will affect them and their families, as well as the future of our country,” Barton said.
He said the committee will also ask about the economic impacts of the new rules.
The hearing will take place Tuesday at the U and D Capital Area Federal Building in Washington, D.C., and will focus on the impact of the Immigration and Nationality Act of 1952, which is the law that the Trump administration implemented on Jan. 27.
Barton said the hearing will cover “the role of the federal government in immigration enforcement and the need to reform our immigration laws in order to keep our communities safe and the country together.”
A spokesperson for the House Committee on Education and the Workforce did not immediately respond to a request for comment.
The committee is not required to hold a public hearing, but Barton said his committee will hold one.
The panel is the only one in the House that has not scheduled one yet.
The Immigration and Customs Enforcement Agency announced Wednesday that it will begin enforcing the new rule on Friday.
The new rule is expected to have a significant impact on people living in the country illegally, including many students.
The number of students affected is unclear, but some estimate it could be in the hundreds.