President Donald Trump announced on Thursday an immigration overhaul that would include a points-based system favoring highly-skilled workers.

The plan would focus on reducing family-based immigration in favor of employment and skill-based immigration. The points system would account for age, English proficiency, education and status of a current job offer in the United States. All admitted immigrants would have to pass a civics exam.

The plan would not include a guest-worker or lower-skilled visa program to address the agricultural labor shortage.

The plan would replace the current visa lottery system with a new “Build America Visa” program that would “recognize extraordinary talent” and “people with professional and specialized vocations,” including students. The number of green cards would not change and there would be no reduction in net immigration.

The administration has stated that the plan is meant to address six priority issues: “Fully secure the border, protect American wages, attract and retain the best and brightest talent, prioritize immediate families, strengthen our workforce and preserve our humanitarian values,” according to a White House notice.

The White House noted that current immigration law allows 12 percent skill-based, 66 percent family-based and 22 percent asylum-seekers. The plan would shift this formula to 57 percent skill, 33 percent family and 10 percent asylum-seekers.