Hundreds of protesters gathered in front of the White House demanding that the US president fulfill his election promise of constructive immigration reform.
Demonstrators gathered in Lafayette Square in front of the House of Representatives on Thursday to demand that they take part in a march calling for the rights of immigrants and that the Joe Biden administration and the Democrats keep their campaign promises. The election is, above all, an immigration reform budget to normalize the more than 11 million undocumented immigrants included in it.
According to local media, activists from various parts of the country, such as Nevada, New York, Texas, Maryland and Virginia, came and shouted “now” and asked for the reform to be approved as soon as possible. At the same time they expressed their dissatisfaction with the delay in taking the initiative by Congress, despite democratic control in both houses.
“Today, we have a Democratic president, and both houses of Congress have Democrats, so there should be no reason not to continue to recognize the efforts and contributions of immigrants.New York State Senator Jessica Ramos, who joined the protest, was critical.
Demonstrators, most of them have been reported in a circular path as the claims were raised until the police arrived in the United States to return to the meeting to get back to the meeting. Similarly, about 51 people of Latin descent were arrested in the structure of the protests.
The US president is facing a humanitarian crisis on the southern border because he has not been able to investigate the cases of illegal immigrants in the area, especially Haitians, and his continued deportation of immigrants.
The reform in question is contemplating the path to citizenship for an estimated 11 million undocumented people living in the United States, the newspaper advised Friday Los Angeles Times Activists who defended the rights of immigrants and negotiated with Democrats to prepare an immigration plan.
However, in the face of a massive avalanche of immigrants, Biden’s team has urged them to stop and return to their home countries because US borders will be closed to them.