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Live Blog: Biden's Executive Order To Protect Undocumented Spouses & Children of U.S. Citizens

Welcome to our live blog, where we provide real-time updates and insights on President Biden's latest executive order aimed at promoting family unity in the immigration process.

Biden signs executive order to protect undocumented spouses and children or U.S. citizens
President Biden Signing an Executive Order to Protect Undocumented Spouses and Children of U.S. Citizens

In the ever-evolving landscape of immigration policy, President Biden's recent executive order stands out as a significant step toward maintaining family unity. This order, announced on June 18, 2024, expands legal protections for undocumented spouses and children of American citizens, underscoring the administration's commitment to humane and just immigration reform. To learn more about eligibility requirements, FAQs, and detailed insights on this program, please visit our dedicated webpage.

Timeline of Key Events

Announcement From the White House

On June 17, President Biden unveiled a new executive order aimed at keeping families together by expanding legal protections for undocumented spouses and children of American citizens. This order, announced in a commemorative event at the White House, aims to provide parole in place for undocumented spouses and children of U.S. citizens. It also provides DACA recipients a chance to apply for employment based visas such as H1B, which can eventually lead to a Green Card.

Source: New York Times

Signing of the Order
DHS Releases Fact Sheet

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