Biden: We will allow 62,000 refugees to enter the United States

Washington-ALsharqiya May 4: US President Joe Biden said that he has revived a plan to increase the number of asylum applications this year to 62,500 people after he was criticized by supporters when he initially kept the minimum asylum requests at a historically low level. Biden formally changed his decision two weeks after his administration announced it would maintain the maximum set by his Republican predecessor, Donald Trump, at 15,000. Biden said in a statement that his move erases the low ceiling, which does not reflect his country's values as a country that welcomes and supports refugees.


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