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More than two lakh Indian youth appealed in the White House regarding the order to return from America

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Over two lakh Indian youth who spent their childhood and adolescence in the United States have been deported. All these youths are facing extradition. As a result, a group of young people from across the United States arrived at the White House to meet with senior Biden officials and lawmakers. The young man appealed to him to stay in America. These youths have reached or are about to pass the age of 21 and are not dependent on the visa of their parents.

In the US, children still dependent on their parents’ visas have become young. His parents have been waiting for a green card for decades. US In the U.S. a green card is actually proof of being a permanent resident, allowing immigrants to enter the U. Permission to reside permanently in In Illinois, a group of young Indians led by clinical pharmacist Deep Patel reached the White House, much to the lawmakers’ surprise.

The group was the first to reach the US Congress last week after the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) lifted restrictions on social distancing. The MPs welcomed him. Deep Patel, 8, is the founder of Improve the Dream. The organization raises awareness for children facing self-extradition at an early age. Deep Patel teamed up with Parin Mhatre, 21, a measurement senior in biomedical engineering and business administration at the University of Iowa, and Naga Raghav Sriram, 31, a measuring senior in computer science at the University of California, Davis.

The only appeal of these youths facing extradition cases across America is that we stay in America, stay in our homes. Do not extradite us to our motherland. He met with more than a dozen lawmakers from Congress and senators. He has been reassured by the MPs and asked to be patient. All officials in the Biden apparatus, including the White House and the Department of Homeland Security, told Young that Washington, D.C. would act slowly and that legal change would take time, Young said.

Deep Patel said, “I was born in India and immigrated to the US from Canada in 2002 at the age of nine.” I currently live in the US with TN status. TN is a nonimmigrant classification approval, which allows eligible Canadian and Mexican citizens to enter the U.S. on a temporary basis for business activities at a commercial level. allows access to.

“People like us immigrate to the US with our parents on average at the age of five and spend an average of 15 years of our childhood and adolescence here,” said Deep Patel. We have demanded a change in the law to eliminate the problem of ‘aging out’ or extradition of 21 years. We have also demanded that every child who grows up in America be given citizenship. We hope that the US administration will allow documented dreamers to qualify for DACA (Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals).

Documented Dreamers are children whose parents are legal immigrants to the United States. In 2014, former President Barack Obama introduced the DACA program, which prevents the extradition of people entering the United States as minors. However, Obama’s successor Donald Trump canceled the event. However, Deep Patel said Congresswoman Deborah Ross is introducing America’s Child Act, which will end the aging problem permanently.

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