Nightmare of illegal immigrants in USA ending
Staff Reporter: Finally, the nightmare is going to end the millions of illegal immigrants without papers in the United States. The possibility of legalization for them has been created. The United States representative council has passed the new law that has been created for them. The United States Representative Assembly has voted to approve the citizenship of illegal immigrants. As a result, the opportunity to achieve citizenship of ‘Swapakka’ and farmmers in the United States as a child.
The bill called the American Dream and Promise Act has passed 228-197 votes. In this, 9 Republicans also voted for the Democrats. The arrangement of citizenship of ‘Dreamrorms’ and refugees in the bill is approved by Temptated Status.
Farm Workfoss Modanization Act has passed 147-174 votes. This joins the Democrats 30 Republicans. But a Democrat member opposes the bill.
The House has overwhelmingly passed a pair of immigration bills that offer a targeted approach to amending the immigration system but have an uncertain future when it comes to passage in the Senate.
The American Dream and Promise Act, which previously passed in the House in 2019, would create a process for undocumented immigrants brought to the U.S. as children — otherwise known as “DREAMers” — to earn permanent resident status and eventual citizenship. It also includes a path to citizenship for people with temporary protected status and beneficiaries of deferred enforced departure. It passed by a vote of 228-197.
“Millions in this country live in fear, holding their breaths every day, that they could be deported to faraway lands that are not their homes,” House Majority Leader Steny Hoyer said Thursday. “Because America is their home. For Dreamers, it has been their home since their earliest days. And today, this House is going to take action – as we did last Congress – to help them breathe easier.”
The House also approved the Farm Workforce Modernization Act, which would establish a system for agricultural workers to earn temporary status with an eventual option to become a permanent resident. The act would also amend the existing H-2A temporary agricultural worker visa program.
The bills are aimed at tackling pieces of a larger immigration proposal put forth by President Biden at the start of his term. But passing that broad approach through both chambers of Congress is a tall order.
Thursday’s votes follow a week in which immigration was front and center on both sides of the aisle. On Monday, House Minority Leader Kevin McCarthy led a dozen Republican lawmakers to visit the southern border in El Paso and blamed President Biden for the surge of migrants at the border.
Afterwards, Democratic Rep. Veronica Escobar said the GOP delegation used her district as a “prop” and that the numbers of unaccompanied migrant children had increased during the Trump administration and wasn’t properly addressed.
In an interview on NPR’s Morning Edition Wednesday, she pushed back on the GOP messaging that the surge is driven by Biden taking office.
“The drive to get here, the impulse to get here, the necessity to get here, it doesn’t change depending on who’s in the White House,” she said.