Joe Biden to allocate $ 46 million to urgent and unexpected immigration needs

Through a memorandum addressed to the Secretary of State, President Joe Biden, allocated $ 46 million from the United States Emergency Fund for Refugees and Immigration Assistance.

President Biden signed a memorandum in which he explains that, due to a matter of national interest, they will require to use an amount that does not exceed 46 million dollars from the Emergency Fund for Assistance to Refugees and Migration of the United States. This in order to meet and meet urgent and unexpected needs in relation to refugees and migration issues.

Likewise, he seeks to contribute to international organizations through the Office of Population, Refugees and Migration of the Department of State. Specifically, those that work around the humanitarian needs of refugees and migrants in vulnerable conditions, coming from Central America and other countries in the region.

Through this memorandum, the President authorizes and orders to present the corresponding determination to Congress and to publish the determination in the Federal Register.

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