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Post-court ruling, Democrats face pressure to deliver on immigration
Democrats are under growing pressure to pass long-stalled immigration reform after a federal judge poured new fuel onto the years-long fight by blocking new Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals applicants. With bipartisan talks making little progress, Democrats are poised to use what was viewed as their back-up plan: Trying to get immigration reform passed as part of a sweeping spending package that they will pass via reconciliation, which allows them to bypass the Senate's 60-vote filibuster. Democrats are still sorting out the details, but want to get a pathway to citizenship for at least "dreamers" into their $3.
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Washington Democratic Bill, July 30 (Reuters) - US President Joe Biden said Thursday that the budget bill being drafted by the Congress Democrats should include provisions for immigration.
video: biden saies 'remains to be seen' if immigration measure part of wider budget Bill (Reuters)
joe biden, who spoke in front of journalists at the white house, said that He wanted to see a path to US citizenship for "Dreamers" and many parliamentarians have requested that such a provision be included in the Democratic Bill.
"Dreamers" is the nickname given to hundreds of thousands of young migrants illegally arrived with their parents in the United States as they were minor. (Nandita Bose report, written by Tim Ahmann; French version Camille Raynaud)
Biden's immigration plan runs into on-the-ground realities .
The president of Guatemala had a private piece of advice for Vice President Kamala Harris when she visited earlier this summer, on her goal of slowing the rush of hopeful migrants to the US border with Mexico. © PAUL RATJE/AFP/Getty Images Migrant families are processed by United States Border Patrol after crossing the Rio Grande into the United States in Roma, Texas, on July 8, 2021. Be more assertive, President Alejandro Giammattei told her.