United States President Joe Biden unveiled Thursday a new plan to stop illegal immigration at the US-Mexico border, APA reports citing Teletrader.
The new policy represents the most significant effort to date by the Biden administration on migration issues.
Under the new policy, the Biden administration will be able to expel Cubans, Nicaraguans, and Haitians who illegally cross into the United States, expanding in this way the use of Title 42.
However, it will also admit 30,000 pre-approved immigrants per month into the US from these countries through a parole program, allowing them to work in the country for two years. Finally, Biden also took the opportunity to confirm previous reports of his visit to the US-Mexico border.