The US government predicts that this will help thousands of minors reunite with their parents or legal guardians in the United States.
Washington (apro), The Joe Biden administration has announced that it will expand the reunification process for minors with their guardians or parents in the United States. This is only for citizens from El Salvador, Guatemala, Honduras, and Honduras.
The US official in charge of the State Department’s Office of Population, Refugees and Immigration said that this expansion will reunite thousands of Central American minors with their parents or legal guardians in the United States.
The conditions for minors wishing to immigrate were clarified by the Deputy Secretary of States. The petition process to reunite their family from the country of origin can be started. This may take between 12 and 14 months.
The parents or legal guardians who seek legal immigration for their children in the United States must be permanent residents and have a temporary protection plan.
Parents and legal guardians can also be eligible if their asylum applications have been approved by the U.S Immigration Court.
President Biden’s strategy for controlling the flow of immigrants includes the family reunion plan, known as Central American Minors.
“The Deputy Minister of Youth” pointed out that the U.S. Embassy in the U.S. will provide guidance to parents who seek reunification.
Biden’s administration stressed that CAM does not cover Central Americans or Mexican citizens who need benefits from their home country. It also includes a unified legal guardian in the “expanded” category for the first time.
At a press conference, the Deputy Minister of Youth stated that the purpose of exclusion of Central American applicants from Mexico and the southern border of the United States was irrevocable. The purpose was to stop minors risking their lives by sending them on a pilgrimage north. These are the risks and dangers. Limitation.