100,000 Ukrainian migrants and refugees will be welcomed into the United States by President Joe Biden, in addition to the large influx of illegal and legal immigrants.
In contrast, Vice President Biden, who is in Brussels for three consecutive sessions with allies, is anticipated to declare that the administration will take 100,000 refugees.
The legal path that these migrants will take is not yet apparent. Refugees may be allowed into the United States under the country’s established program, officials have stated. Humanitarian parole, a form of entrance typically offered to those escaping violence or war in nations all over the world, maybe another option for those who qualify.
Special efforts are being made to extend and develop new programs with an emphasis on welcoming Ukrainians who have family in the United States, according to a high-ranking administration official.
Activists, journalists, and members of the LGBTQ community, among others, would be entitled to temporarily enter the United States under this scheme. According to the sources, it would also speed up the reunification of Ukrainians with their American relatives.
Meanwhile, Ukraine’s government is asking its citizens to stay and fight against Russia.
Even if the battle continues, the initial 100,000 will be joined by more and more of their family members. The announcement comes as Vice President Joe Biden’s subordinates continue to allow tens of thousands of illegal immigrants into the United States. More than a million people will be able to enter the border under his watch in 2021, according to his deputies. There has been an increasing number of visa workers and legal immigrants arriving from the south.
Even though nearly four million unemployed young Americans are yearning for work, immigration experts expect a two-million-person inflow by 2022.
Americans’ earnings are being squeezed and their housing costs are rising because of the federal government’s globalization agenda. Working Americans are being replaced by investors and young people are being replaced by retirees as a result of this shift in the distribution of wealth in the United States
We will make sure Ukraine has weapons to defend against the invading Russian force.
We will send money and food and aid to save Ukrainian lives.
We will welcome Ukrainian refugees with open arms.
— President Biden (@POTUS) March 14, 2022
These changes explain why more than 20% of all American men are no longer actively hunting for work.
With his decision, Biden is sure to receive a rousing ovation from the left and little pushback from swing voters.
President Joe Biden recently said that the United States will welcome Ukrainian refugees “with open arms,” according to a Rasmussen Reports poll conducted on March 13-14 among 1,000 likely voters.
In principle, Americans are open to welcoming Ukrainian migrants, but when asked if they should be permitted to stay in the United States to compete for jobs, homes, university spaces, and other resources, they lose substantial support.
This war has turned nearly 3 million Ukrainians into refugees. That’s on top of more than 12 million people who require humanitarian assistance inside Ukraine.
The United States is helping to lead a global humanitarian response with our partners in Europe and beyond.
— President Biden (@POTUS) March 15, 2022
Over 100,000 Ukrainians should be “given permanent status in the United States,” yet only 25 percent of probable voters supported this idea. Only 11% responded that between 50,000 and 100,000 people should be allowed to stay.
Some 16% favored allowing a maximum population of between 10,000 and 50,000, while another 17% supported allowing a population of fewer than 10,000 to remain. With 31% of the vote, “Not sure” was the most popular response. More than 100,000 refugees should not be permanently resettled in the United States, according to 33% of liberals.