Biden Issues Day-One Immigration Changes
The 46th President of the United States, Joe Biden, has issued immigration changes on his inaugural day. His transition organization issued a fact sheet laying out many executive orders to sign as he steps into the White House for the first time as U.S. President, including several immigration policies. UPDATE 01/21/21: Those executive orders and actions are now in effect and their language can be found on the White House web page or this link.
Day-1 executive orders orders are commonly prepared and signed by all modern U.S. Presidents. Some are meant to reinforce the new President's priorities, and some are to temporarily suspend the previous President's orders, especially prior agency regulations that have not yet been finalized and may be cancelled by the President/agency heads.
President Biden's inaugural schedule includes primarily ceremonial visits. But once he arrives at his new abode for the next four years, he will step into the oval office and take his first official acts as president, about 5:15pm EST.