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How The Biden Immigration Plan Benefits You

January 21, 2021

Joe Biden with Executive Orders at Desk

In his first day in office the new President of the United States, Joe Biden, has signed 17 executive orders (6 of which are related to immigration policies) that benefit not only current legal residents in the US but also potential new ones. Among the new reversals to previous policies, President Biden has stopped the funding for the construction of the border wall, stopped the travel ban targeting largely Muslin countries, fortified DACA to protect undocumented people brought to the US as children, embraced progressive policies on the environment and diversity, rejoined international organizations such as the Paris Agreement and the World Health Organization, and created opportunities for new immigrants.

“There’s no time to start like today," Biden told reporters in the Oval Office as he began signing the stack of executive orders. “I’m going to start by keeping the promises that I made to the American people and Allies.” Large companies such as Google, Amazon, Apple, Facebook, Microsoft, and Twitter have already applauded Biden’s positive effort to improve the US immigration system to benefit short- and long-term workers.
President Biden plans to introduce more legislation in the upcoming weeks to simplify the pathway to become an American citizen. For those who want an American passport, the Green Card Lottery remains the perfect starting point. Mr. Biden’s proposal is the latest effort in a decades long attempt to reimagine the nation’s immigration system by presidents from both political parties.

With a new welcoming and diverse administration, the strong US economy is expected to grow further in the upcoming months, with hundreds of thousands of new jobs expected to be created, and opportunities for new immigrants. This is the perfect time to immigrate to the “Land of Dreams!” Apply today to benefit from the Biden immigration plan!


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