The President-elect of the United States, Joe Biden, can give a big gift to about 5 Lakh Indians living in America. In fact, after having served in the presidency
Joe Biden will create a roadmap to grant US citizenship to approximately 10 million immigrants, including 5 million Indians, who have no documentation. In addition, it will also create a system to admit at least 95,000 refugees to the United States each year.
This information is provided in a policy document released by the Biden campaign. The document states, “He (Biden) will soon begin work on passing an immigration reform bill in Congress, which will modernize our system. As part of this, a roadmap will be prepared for granting US citizenship to approximately 10 million of these undocumented immigrants, including more than 5 lakh Indians.
According to the document, “it will set a target of welcoming 1,25,000 refugees per year to the United States. Apart from that, he will work with Congress to bring at least 95,000 refugees into the country each year.
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Biden’s relatives live in Mumbai
Newly elected United States President Joe Biden came to the economic capital of the country in 2013 and then said his distant relatives lived in Mumbai. Two years later, at an event in Washington, Biden reiterated his claim that five Biden live in Mumbai. Biden is expected to be sworn in as the 46th President of the United States in two months, and no one in Mumbai has claimed him as a parent yet.
After becoming a member of the Senate, someone nicknamed “Biden” wrote him a letter from Mumbai. Decades after the incident, Biden learned that an ancestor of his father’s lineage worked in the East India Company several generations ago. Then-vice president Biden said at a meeting in Washington in 2015: “There are five Biden in Mumbai, India.”
Biden mentioned the letter during his visit to India
When Biden arrived in Mumbai in 2013 on his first visit to India as vice president, he referred to the letter he received when he became a member of the Senate decades ago. Biden told the story of “Mumbai’s Biden” in his July 24, 2013 speech at the Bombay Stock Exchange. Seven years ago he said: “Coming to India and Mumbai is a matter of pride. When I was elected to the United States Senate in 1972 at the age of 29, I received a letter and I am sad that I never investigated it. “He had said:” It is possible that someone in the audience could tell me, I received a letter from a person named Biden from Mumbai which is my name, it was written that he is my relative . “
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