By Emily Zanotti
The Biden administration unveiled its plan for handling an ongoing immigration crisis in the White House’s $1.5 trillion “discretionary funding request” submitted Friday, asking for billions to house and resettle child migrants and other immigrants who have jumped the United States’ southern border, and for grants to speed United States citizenship requests and asylum claims.
A record number of migrants were taken into custody on the United States-Mexico border last month, and the “child migrant crisis,” which saw nearly 20,000 unaccompanied minors present themselves to authorities at the border in March, shows no signs of abating.
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