The president discussed with young people his immigration reform, which aims to enable 11 million undocumented immigrants to obtain citizenship.
Washington, May 14 (EFE). -president United States, Joe Biden, Received this Friday White house Six “dreamers”, young people brought by their parents Undocumented He also shared his experience with him to promote an immigration reform that legalized about 11 million people who are undocumented.
In the presidential palace, young people talked to the president about their personal experiences as health workers, agricultural departments or education.
María Praeli (María Praeli), originally from Peru.Jirayut “New” Latthivongskorn from Thailand; Astou Thiane from Senegal; Esmeralda Tovar-Mora and Karen Reyes were born in Mexico, and Leydy Rangel of Mexican parents was the guest The white house.
During the meeting, Biden “reiterated his support for the “dreamer”, the headline news of the dreamer TPS (Temporary Protected Status), agricultural workers and other basic immigrant workers,” the White House detailed in a statement.
They also talked about Immigration policy reform In this sense, the president expressed his government’s “strong support” for the “Dream and Commitment” Act and the modernization of the agricultural workforce.
The House of Commons approved these two measures in March last year, aiming to provide “dreamer“, TPS and deferred forced separation (DED) farm workers and beneficiaries.
These proposals are part of the Democratic Party’s efforts Legalized immigration Has been protected by immigration benefits, and Biden’s comprehensive reforms are also underway.
To proceed, both bills must be approved by the Senate, which is difficult to proceed because the Democratic majority in the House of Representatives is limited.
After meeting with Biden, Torval Mora excitedly told Effie that the meeting was originally scheduled for 45 minutes and lasted “an hour and a half.”
The young mother moved to the capital with a 3-year-old daughter.He said: “The president assured us that the American Dream Act will be approved and he will do everything possible to make this dream come true this year.” Kansas.
This nursing student is from Mexico A kind United States At only 18 months old, he assured that “dreamers” were “parts” of the communities in which they lived.
He said: “I already feel like an American, but a character tells me I am not, so I officially want to be.”
As for Langer, another participant in the meeting with Biden, she believes that it is important that the Senate must take “action” to allow the legislative proposal to proceed.
This daughter Mexican farmerA member of the United Farm Workers Foundation of the United States (UFW), he pointed out that Biden knows “this is a country established by immigrants” and should legalize them.
Therefore, Rangel believes that the Senate must take action and recalled that American farmers, mainly immigrants, “never ask whether the food they harvest goes to the Republican Party or the Democratic Party.”