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The Army announced on Wednesday in an internal memo that it would again allow the evaluation of recruits who hold immigration status. The Army temporarily suspended this practice a month ago in order to evaluate the potential security risks.
The original program began in the early 2000's as a way to incentivize skilled people to help serve the United States and as a way for them to gain citizenship. The Army has been decreasing the number of individuals who are allowed in the program as the Army leadership address concerns from ranking officials that this program is too high of a security risk and too easy to be abused.