Weekly Roundup Of Top US Immigration Stories
In this blog, we’ll look at the latest US immigration stories.
Biden Administration Gears Up To Send The Military To US-Mexico Border
The news suggests that the Biden administration is planning to deploy 1,500 active-duty military personnel to the US-Mexico border since a significant increase in the number of migrants arriving after 11 May is expected following the lifting of Title 42, a pandemic-era policy.
US Homeland Security Promises Fast Processing For Migrants
The US Homeland Security Chief recently promised to utilize current US immigration laws to process thousands of migrants who will be crossing the country’s southwestern border with Mexico from 12 May, a day after Biden’s administration lifts Title 42. For those who don’t know, it is a policy implemented during the coronavirus pandemic to expel undocumented migrants arriving at the border due to health issues.
Ukrainian Restaurant In The US Continues Serving Customers
A Ukrainian restaurant called the Molotov Kitschen + Cocktails, located in Dever, Colorado, recently started serving customers. It is one of the first Ukrainian restaurants in the vicinity, and its owner is the grandson of Ukrainian immigrants. Interestingly, every recipe pays tribute to the owner’s family.
Over 330,000 Individuals Were Dislocated In Sudan
It seems over 100,000 refugees fled Sudan to neighbouring countries to stay safe from the fighting between the country’s army and the paramilitary Rapid Support Forces. Reports suggest 334,053 individuals have been dislocated within Sudan since 15 April.
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