US President Barack Obama is expected to announce the details of his executive plans meant for bringing necessary reforms to the immigration system of the country, according to media reports.
The report said that the US President, who is on a visit to Las Vegas, would lay out his immigration reform plan. He is expected to give an outline of the executive order on Thursday ahead of the visit and further add on the details in Las Vegas on Friday, the report said.
According to the reports, the American president was traveling to Nevada on Friday, however, no details have been provided about the trip.
To address the longstanding issue of immigration in the country, Obama will announce his executive action plan in which he aims to ease immigration rules for millions of undocumented immigrants.
The executive order is all set to witness a showdown between the White House and the Republicans in Congress.
But Obama has cautioned the Republicans of unilateral action if they block the passage of comprehensive immigration legislation in the Congress.
Meanwhile, the Democrats like Senate Majority Leader Harry Reid have been urging the President to expedite the complete procedure on immigration reforms.
The new immigration reform plan would bring huge respite to the millions of undocumented immigrant in the United States from deportation.
According to the sources, the undocumented immigrants are mainly parents of the US citizens or of permanent legal residents. The sources further added that it is still unclear which permanent residents or parents of US citizens would be included under the new plan.
The Obama administration had been exploring at various options including those parents who have been staying in the US for five to 10 years.