United States to Welcome 100,000 Ukrainian Refugees According to White House

WASHINGTON DC, March 25, 2022 ~ As European nations move to accommodate nearly three million refugees, President Biden announced that the United States will accept 100,000 Ukrainian refugees, and donate $1 billion to aid European countries in the crisis.

White House officials stated that the refugees will be accepted through a “full range of legal pathways,” including green cards, visas, and the US Refugee Admissions Program — which leads to permanent residence.

We need comprehensive immigration reform in this country,” said Congresswoman Debbie Dingell on 760 WJR‘s “All Talk with Tom Jordan and Kevin Dietz.” “but I do believe that America has a responsibility to play our share in dealing with this humanitarian crisis.

Hear Congresswoman Dingell below, as she talks to Tom Jordan and Kevin Dietz on the crisis, as well as the future of immigration in the US.


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