This is too long to cut and paste, so you'll have to use the URL. Guess Trump's conversation with Sessions yielded some ideas.
This certainly could be a blueprint for any candidate who takes the immigration issue seriously. Might tick some people off since this policy statement also takes a serious look at some significant limitations on legal immigration.
I'd have to say that I find it hard to be against legal immigrants getting permanent visas for spouses (just one!), children, siblings and parents. For a legal immigrant who followed all the rules, it seems reasonable to expect that we could expect the same of his/her immediate family.
He also would reinstitute the old-fashioned requirement of having a means of survival without govt assistance. Harkens back to the old system of having a "sponsor" when you immigrated.
There are those who take issue with him referring to a "wall". Generally, just a plain wall may not be the answer. But there could be many variations on how a "wall" can be defined. I posted a long while ago the "fence" the Saudis were planning on their border with Iraq. It does not rule out electronic elements.
Nonetheless, it makes Trump sound like a more legitimate candidate. Also noteworthy is that he selected his first policy statement WRT something that a majority of Americans feel is an important issue.
I'm still not a Trump voter, but don't think we should ignore the ideas that he brings to the conversation.