Biden intends to issue green cards to illegal immigrants who have lived in America for more than 10 years - ForumDaily
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Biden intends to issue green cards to illegal immigrants who have lived in America for more than 10 years

US President Joe Biden is considering expanding the program for undocumented immigrants. It will allow 4000 illegal immigrants a year to avoid deportation and receive a green card to remain in the United States, reports Dailymail.

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Those who have lived in the United States for more than 10 years and have a legal citizen relative who would be “suffered” as a result of their removal may qualify for access to this program. It, according to the Executive Office for Immigration Review (EOIR), will allow illegal immigrants to ask a judge to “cancel their removal” and remain in the United States.

Who can participate in the program

To qualify for the Biden administration's program, a candidate must be a "person of good moral character" and have resided in the United States for at least 10 years.

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Those who have lived in the United States for more than 10 years and have a legal citizen relative may apply. According to the September 2023 EOIR, an undocumented migrant must certify that his U.S. citizen spouse, parent, or child “would suffer exceptional and extreme hardship if ordered to leave the United States.”

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“Every year, 4000 people receive cancellation of deportation. You will have to wait your turn before an immigration judge can approve your application. This may take years,” the document says.

According to EOIR, undocumented migrants applying to avoid deportation must not “have been convicted of any serious crimes,” which would be grounds for automatic denial.

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