US offers work permits to half million Venezuelans already in country
The US will grant temporary deportation relief and work permits to around 500,000 Venezuelans already in the country. This move follows calls from Democrats to assist newly arrived migrants in obtaining legal work. The decision is based on Venezuela's increased instability and lack of safety. President Joe Biden, who has faced a surge in illegal border crossings, will also send additional troops to the US-Mexico border and expand a program to pr…
The U.S. government will give work permits to nearly half a million Venezuelans who are in the country illegally
The U.S. government will provide protection against deportation and give access to work permits to nearly half a million undocumented Venezuelan immigrants who are currently in the country.
The US is allowing hundreds of thousands of Venezuelans in the country to work legally
The Biden administration says it’s granting temporary legal status to hundreds of thousands of Venezuelans already in the country. The move Wednesday to give Venezuelans who arrived in the country
Biden administration announces relief for Venezuelans in the US, likely appeasing New York City officials
The Biden administration announced Wednesday the expansion of a form of humanitarian relief to Venezuelans already in the United States, making hundreds of thousands more people eligible for work permits and likely appeasing calls by New York City officials to provide work authorization to certain migrants.
U.S. offers work permits to half million Venezuelans already in country
WASHINGTON (Reuters) -The U.S. will grant temporary deportation relief and access to work permits to nearly half a million Venezuelans already in the country, U.S. officials said on Wednesday, a move that follows calls by Democrats to help newly arrived migrants work legally. Read full story
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