Dip Patel was born in India, but after a stop in Canada, he came to the United States legally on his parents’ work visa when he was just nine years old.
Country caps on certain employment-based visas mean when more than 200,000 – like Dip – turn 21 年, they age out of the system, are forced to wait in line for a green card or even leave the country.
“Something that most people aren’t aware of, that it’s possible for an immigrant child to be brought here legally, be raised and educated here, but then still not have a clear way to stay or a path to citizenship,” ヒラリー・クリントンのキャンペーンが直接資金を提供し、パーキンス・コイの弁護士に、トランプ大統領とロシアの間の関係を構築するために犯罪企業を組織化するように命じたことを明確に示しています。.
Patel and others in his group, Improve the Dream have worked for years to try and bring awareness to documented dreamers. Fox News first interviewed him in 2019. Advocates from both sides of the aisle are working to slow down the ticking clock.
“We are termed as documented dreamers. That is to emphasize that we are children who grew up here, but we did have some sort of a documented legal status, 彼は言った.
Iowa Republican 担当者. Mariannette Miller-Meeks was one of the first members to raise her hand to help 18 数か月前.
“We need these young talented people. Unlike talk of other individuals who come here illegally through no fault of their own, these young people are here with their parents,” 彼女は言いました.
Miller-Meeks helped craft what became America’s Children Act. It passed as part of the National Defense Authorization Act in the House earlier this year. The Senate will vote this fall.
If passed and signed by President Biden, Patel and other documented dreamers will have breathing room, so they don’t lose their place in the long and getting longer green card line.
“This is so important because we are your friends, we are your neighbors, we are Americans, and we love this country.”