Bầu cử tại Mỹ thay đổi con đường pháp lý cho người tị nạn

tổng thống Biden khôi phục nguồn lực và nhân sự cho chương trình người tị nạn, vốn bị cắt bỏ dưới thời chính quyền Trump

The United States has allowed more than 40,000 refugees into the country in the first five months of the fiscal year after they passed a rigorous, often yearslong, screening process that includes security and medical vetting and interviews with American officers overseas.

The figure represents a significant expansion of the refugee program (chương trình tị nạn), which is at the heart of U.S. laws that provide desperate people (cung cấp cho người tuyệt vọng) from around the world with a legal way to find safe haven in the United States.

The United States has not granted refugee status to so many people in such a short period of time in more than seven years. The Biden administration is now on target to allow in 125,000 refugees this year, the most in three decades, said Angelo Fernández Hernández, a White House spokesman.

The pandemic also contributed to low refugee admissions (lượng người tị nạn thấp) in the early years of the Biden administration. In the 2021 fiscal year, which included part of the Trump administration, the United States allowed in just over 11,000 refugees. The next year, it allowed more than 25,000.

The Biden administration has worked to rebuild the infrastructure for the program (xây dựng lại cơ sở hạ tầng cho chương trình). About 150 refugee resettlement offices have opened around the country, and the number of refugee officers conducting interviews has also increased.

source: nytimes,

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