Joe Biden’s national immigration plan will provide amnesty to the 11 million illegal aliens currently living in the United States, will free anyone crossing the borders into the U.S., and will restart legal immigration to provide welfare for all immigrants.

Biden’s plan, which was released on Wednesday, would also bolster protections given to illegal aliens brought in as minors, provide $4 billion in aid to El Salvador, Guatemala, and Honduras, and reverse President Trump’s reforms.

The plan, which will cost American taxpayers billions of dollars, will put an end to the travel ban from foreign countries that sponsor terrorism. It will give amnesty to 3.5 million DACA-enrolled and DACA-eligible illegal aliens in addition to providing federal student loans and free community college.

The plan states, “Biden will immediately begin working with Congress to modernize our system, with a priority on keeping families together by providing a roadmap to citizenship for nearly 11 million undocumented immigrants.”

Biden acknowledged the backlash he got from Obama’s deportation practices while he served as vice president. His campaign expressed it by writing, “Joe Biden understands the pain felt by every family across the U.S. that has had a loved one removed from the country, including under the Obama-Biden Administration, and he believes we must do better to uphold our laws humanely and preserve the dignity of immigrant families, refugees, and asylum-seekers.”

Biden’s plan cost could double in cost since the figure of 11 million illegal aliens might not be correct. A Yale study in 2018 found the number of illegal aliens living in the United States might be as high as 22 million.