This plan does not include a path to citizenship, as it was included in the previous two plans (Plan A and B).
little is known Details of what is included in Plan C or Parole (Parole and Temporary Release) in the Budget Adjustment Package – also known as the “Build Back Better” bill. It is known, for example, that Parole Unregistered persons will be allowed to apply for five-year work permits (with the option to renew) and by obtaining these permits, immigrants will not be deported.
This plan does not include a path to citizenship, as it was included in the previous two plans (Plan A and B). Plan A was officially introduced by parliamentary, Elizabeth McDonough, was formally rejected at the time, saying in its decision that the plan “significantly exceeds budgetary impact.”
On the other hand, Plan B was informally discussed and no formal offer was made to parliamentary However it was rejected. Therefore, since Plan B was presented informally, the option of presenting it formally was considered because it did not include a formal rejection of the Plan. parliamentary. At the same time, actors and Organizations that defend immigrants work in the plan speech.
To see how the behind-the-scenes negotiations were on Plan C or Parole To be included in the budget adjustment package, we invited Pablo Manriquez, the congressional correspondent for Latino Rebels.
Manriquez does not rule out the possibility of merging the infrastructure project at some point in the negotiations with Build Better (Build Better) to create a single bill, since Senate rules do not allow two bills to be voted on in one vote.
Hear our conversation below.
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