US will find a legal way to give citizenship to the children of legitimate immigrants, the government has responded to the question related to Indian children

US will find a legal way to give citizenship to the children of legitimate immigrants, the government has responded to the question related to Indian children

Legal Immigrants US: The US government has said that a legal way will be found to give citizenship to the children of legal immigrants and steps have also been started for this. These children are afraid of being extradited.

US President Joe Biden

Legal Immigrants Citizenship in US: In the US, the Joe Biden administration is taking steps to find a legal way to grant citizenship to the children of legal immigrants (Legal Immigrant in the US). There is a fear of extradition of these children due to old age. White House Press Secretary Jake Psaki said this to reporters in her regular press conference while answering questions on the fear of children, especially a section of children in India (US Visa Related Rules). These children fear being extradited because of the decades-long wait for green cards.

His parents came to the US as legal immigrants on H-1B visas (Can Illegal Immigrants Become US Citizens). According to US laws, children are no longer dependent on their parents after the age of 21, due to which thousands of Indian children are at risk of extradition after turning 21 (US H1B Visa Rules for Indians). According to ‘Improve the Dream’, a group representing such children, the number of such children is more than 2,00,000.

Taking steps for the legal path

“Obviously we are taking steps to ensure that there is a legal way to grant citizenship, and especially for children who come to this country with their family members,” Saki said. A White House spokesman said that President Biden’s stance is clear that America’s immigration system needs to be reformed.

Incorporated reforms in the visa process

He said, ‘This includes reforms in the visa process. His stand is clear in the immigration bill sent to Congress. It reforms the family-based immigration system by deciding on past applications, reducing waiting times and increasing visa quotas for each country. This bill gives people dependent on H-1B visa holders the right to work and prevents children from being excluded from the system after they are young.

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