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Biden Opens Corridors For Legal Migration In The USA

President of the United States, Joe Biden, will announce new restrictions on migratory flows today, extending the so -called “Title…

By Editorial , in US Politics , at January 6, 2023

President of the United States, Joe Biden, will announce new restrictions on migratory flows today, extending the so -called “Title 42” but at the same time opening corridors for the regular entry of 30 thousand migrants per month from Cuba, Nicaragua, Haiti and Venezuela This was reported by the newspaper “Washington Post”, according to which the administration thus wants to respond to one of the issues on which it is more politically vulnerable, at a time when the attention of the public is all aimed at the problems of the Republican Party in the election of the New President of the Chamber of Representatives.

Entrance of Migrants in US

The 30,000 migrants from Central America and Venezuela will be able to enter the US on condition that they have a sponsor inside the country. Those who instead try to violate the border irregularly risk the immediate rejection in Mexico, as required by “Title 42” entered into force under the administration of former President Donald Trump, as a measure of health precaution.

Mexico, according to the sources, would have already agreed to accommodate up to 30 thousand irregular migrants expelled from the United States every month. According to the White House, the new migratory policies “will expand and accelerate the legal courses for ordered immigration and provide for new consequences for those who decide not to make use of these paths”.

Biden, who intends to apply for a second presidential mandate in 2024, has been severely criticized by the representatives of the Republican Party in the last two years for the administration’s response to record flows of migrants who have crossed the southern border irregularly.

The arrests on the border went from 1.7 million in the first year of Biden’s mandate to almost 2.4 million in the second year, while more than 8 thousand were the crossings last December. On Sunday 8 January the US president will go to El Paso, on the border with Mexico, to observe the situation in person.

This article is originally published on agenzianova.com

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