Whose position is known as the Senate Top Adviser ‘Member of Parliament’, Lawyer Elizabeth MacDonough, dismissed this Thursday The Democrats’ plan C is immigration It was to be included as an amendment to President Joe Biden’s $ 1.7 trillion social spending budget.
“They told us the plan was rejected,” the Senate Democratic Source, who is well aware of the process, told the UN Notice. “There will be a meeting to see what the next steps are.”
Called Immigration Plan C ‘Member of Parliament’ By a group of participants two weeks ago, this was similar to the proposal approved by the House of Representatives on November 19th.
“The proposed parole policy (i.e., deferral deportation) is not much different in effect from previous plans we have considered,” MacDonough said in response to the Democratic leadership.
What does Immigration Plan C contain? 7 million undocumented immigrants will benefit from this new scheme
“The proposal to increase the deficit to $ 131 billion in 10 years creates a class of deserving individuals (those who have been in the country for 10 years or more) who are eligible for parole,” he added. .
A clause has been added to the democratic program 7 million undocumented created a new project Those who were in the country before January 1, 2011, who Eligible for temporary protection from deportation, work permit and authorization to go abroad And return with the same position.
The bill added that five years after receiving the benefits, immigrants could receive some public assistance, such as medical insurance.
Shortly before MacDonough’s response was announced, Senate Democrats expected Univision Noticias to approve at least 80% of Plan C’s and to move to “fix it to legal requirements” under a 20% review. Budget of expenses.
“We know there will be adjustments and they will be made,” he said. “Once they are written and included in the proposal, we will meet again and this time provide Project C.2 with the respective adjusted recommendations,” he said.
Changes to Plan C were expected to be added this week and, after review, were duly submitted to the ‘Member of Parliament’. But President Biden’s immigration reform is currently without options, as the entire effort has been rejected.
Plan C should be included in the ‘compromise package’, which is a legal source in the Senate with a simple majority (unlike other laws 51 and 60). The instrument was summoned before the Republican rejection.
Both the Democrats and the Republicans have 50 votes each. Vice President Kamala Harris broke the tiebreaker.
Arguments from ‘Member of Parliament’
MacDonough said in a statement on Thursday, “This new class (their deportation deferrals) will make 6.5 million people eligible for parole, just like the previous two plans (plans A and B)”.
According to ‘Member of Parliament’ The Budget Office of Congress (CBO) estimates that “3 million people will be adjusted to legal permanent residency status, none of whom are eligible under current law.”
The ‘Member of Parliament’ added, “In order to make the policy effective, the parole scheme will change the definitions of the current parole scheme, which will provide mandatory status for eligible applicants instead of using the power of choice at present.” .
A senior Senate aide has twice rejected Democrats’ attempts to add a “compromise package” to legalize at least 7 million undocumented immigrants. He argued in the previous two programs that the legalization deficit would increase by about $ 140 billion in 10 years as a result of the safety net and benefit programs accessible to regulated immigrants.
Plan A, released in mid-September, is based on two bills passed by the House of Representatives on March 18, including the path to legalize 6 to 8 million dreamers, TPS holders, agricultural workers and temporary recipients. Resides for 10 years.
At the end of that period, they can apply for permanent legal residency (green card or green card) and after three years, they will be eligible to claim US citizenship through naturalization.
Plan B proposed amending the old immigration law (INA) Registration Act, which allowed undocumented persons in the United States to qualify for citizenship from January 1, 1972. The proposal recommended that the date be changed to January 1, 2010.
MacDonough rejected both options, saying, “Changing the status of legal resident is a change of life, and its value exceeds the impact of the budget.”
Democrats reject the notion
After receiving feedback on Plan C from a Member of Parliament, a group of Democratic senators led by President Charles Schumer (New York) released a statement in which they noted a “disagreement” over MacDonough’s position.
“I do not fully agree with the Senate MP’s interpretation of our immigration proposal. We will look for all avenues to reach the path to citizenship, ”they pointed out in the Social Expenditure Act.
“Throughout the reconciliation process, we have worked to ensure that immigration reform is not considered a afterthought,” said a panel of senators Dick Durbin (Illinois), Bob Menendez (New Jersey), and Catherine Cordes Masto (Nevada). Ben Ray Luzon (New Mexico) and Alex Patila (California).
“Most Americans support our efforts to grant legal status to millions of undocumented immigrants in the United States because it will increase wages, create better paying jobs, enrich our economy and improve the lives of all Americans,” they said.
“The American people understand that repairing our broken immigration system is morally and economically imperative, and we support millions of immigrant families across the country and we will not stop fighting for them,” the group added.
Senator Schumer sent a message tonight to “and the Senate Democrats” about the efforts of one of Blanche’s key beneficiaries, the Dreamers, and the Democrats to reconcile the issue of immigration in general. Ignore the opinion of the Member of Parliament and go ahead with the program of granting citizenship to millions of undocumented people.
“Young immigrants and our families know exactly who we are, what we value and what we deserve. This is not (MacDonough’s answer). We deserve to live without the threat of being robbed from our homes and our families. We deserve to live freely, with dignity and with humanity, ”said Greeza Martinez Rosas, Managing Director of United V Dream Action.
“We do not apologize for ignoring the Member of Parliament and calling on the Senate Democrats to reject this anti-democratic and white supremacist ban, which only serves to prevent black and brown, working class people from being included in the undocumented and documented, monumental law. This is a struggle for racial justice, ”he added.
Martinez added: “We will not allow the Democrats to be afraid of today’s news or to make excuses about the way forward. It’s time to dump her and move on, “said David Cook, chief of The Christian Science Monitor’s Washington bureau.
For his part, President Joe Biden has asked Schumacher to continue talks on the reconciliation package in the coming weeks, indicating that the debate will continue until at least mid-January 2022.
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