White House grants Venezuelan migrants temporary protective status

This will allow migrants from Venezuela to avoid deportation.

The Biden administration has granted Temporary Protection Status (TPS) to Venezuelan migrants residing in the United States. Also, the White House is working to coordinate international pressure on Venezuelan President Nicolas Maduro to hold free and fair elections, senior US officials said. This was reported by the agency Reuters.

During the duration of the temporary protection status, individuals who are beneficiaries of the TPS program will not be deported from the United States, can obtain a work permit, and can freely travel and enter the United States.

At the moment, about 320000 Venezuelans are living in the United States who have left their homeland due to the difficult economic situation, the humanitarian crisis, and political instability.

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