The US Immigration Bill opposed, implementation a hard task

US immigration bill delayed amid rejection fears

The US Immigration Bill that the Biden administration has been trying to get implemented has hit a roadblock. The Bill has many drastic changes involved. They will create a pathway for US citizenship for about 11 million immigrants. They are undocumented and contemplating migration overseas to the USA.

The most glaring issue to start with is the concern that implementing the new US Immigration bill will spark an increase of new immigrants who will flock at the US border. There have been suggestions voiced by people like Jerry Nadler, the House Judiciary Committee Chairman, urging for the consultation with the stakeholders and key members involved in the implementation of the Bill.

The possibility for a series of smaller bills is more compared to bills as largely consequential and ambitious as the US Immigration Bill now that Democrats themselves are focusing on such an action. A couple of these smaller bills will be voted on in mid-March.

Biden’s plan is observed as calling for illegal immigration, and the immigrants will be allowed a 5-year temporary legal status. This will be followed by 3 years with a Green Card after which they could file an application for citizenship.

All the lingering disagreement on the implementation of the Bill indicates the practical difficulties in passing it in the parliament.

Under the Biden administration, the number of unaccompanied migrant kids at the US-Mexican border being detained has increased by 583%. This is a major reason that the US Immigration Bill is opposed by the Republicans, and even Democrats, as well as many American citizens. Read that along with 47% of a poll standing against Joe Biden’s decision to stop the construction of a wall at the border, and the chances seem bleak that the Bill will get passed.

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