Photo: Venezuelan migrants board a plane heading back to their home country from Harlingen, Texas Deportation flights of Venezuelans from the U.S. resumed Wednesday with a first plane of more than a hundred migrants landing back in their economically troubled country under the Biden administration’s latest attempts to deal with swelling numbers of asylum-seekers. This
Census shows 3.5 million Middle Eastern residents in US, Venezuelans fastest growing Hispanic group – Associated Press
Photo: Confetti flies as Dearborn mayor candidate Abdullah Hammoud prepares to speak to supporters at the election night gathering at the Mohammed Turfe Community Center in Dearborn, Mich., on Nov. 2, 2021 The United States had 3.5 million residents who identify as Middle Eastern or North African, Venezuelans were the fastest-growing Hispanic group last decade
Under pressure over border, Biden administration to protect hundreds of thousands of Venezuelans – Associated Press
The Biden administration said Wednesday that it was granting temporary legal status to hundreds of thousands of Venezuelans who are already in the country — quickly making them eligible to work — as it grapples with growing numbers of people fleeing the South American country and elsewhere to arrive at the U.S. border with Mexico.
Photo: Venezuelan migrants walk across the Rio Bravo towards the United States border to surrender to the border patrol, from Ciudad Juarez, Mexico Two years ago, candidate Joe Biden loudly denounced President Donald Trump for immigration policies that inflicted “cruelty and exclusion at every turn,” including toward those fleeing the “brutal” government of socialist Nicolas