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Do not come you will not come inside immediately immigrants

Do not come you will not come inside immediately immigrants

WASHINGTON – As thousands of Honduran immigrants cross the U.S. border, the incoming Biden administration, just days after taking office, has a message: Don’t come now. President-elect Joe Biden has vowed to put an end to the Trump administration’s tough immigration policies that focus on building the border wall and restricting asylum eligibility. A Biden change committee official said the idea that the Biden executive board could allow all senior asylum seekers to enter the United States one day was wrong.

9,000 Honduran settlers are fleeing food-scarce areas devastated by two hurricanes, drought and economic hardship. On Friday night, the Associated Press reported that about 2,000 members of the Office, the official said.

“There is help along the way, but now is not the time to make the trip,” the official said.

The incoming administration has also promised to lift Trump’s restrictions on asylum, which has drastically reduced the number of people eligible for protection. Over time, the Biden administration plans to pave the way for the safe processing of migrants at the border and for asylum seekers to present their claims. At the same time, the rates of Govt-19 are rising in the United States and around the world. The time it takes for the Biden administration to restart the process of migrants and asylum seekers on the southern border, the epidemic, is now setting up a much harder time to travel, the official said.

“We have to deliver a message, help and hope are coming, but coming right now does not mean their own safety we are putting in place processes that they can access in the future,” the official said.

The division has already sent a letter to the Financial Institutions Division (FID) of the Finance Ministry The Cabinet Division wants to know the progress of the ongoing investigation into the discrepancy of Tk19 crore in Union Bank’s vault. The division has already sent a letter to the Financial Institutions Division (FID) of the Finance Ministry.

Asked about this, Sheikh Mohammad Salim Ullah, secretary of the Financial Institutions Division told Dhaka Tribune: We are still dealing with it. According to Finance Ministry sources, the Cabinet Division has sent a letter to FID of the Finance Ministry on October 13 seeking the latest progress of the Union Bank investigation.

Meanwhile, Serajul Islam, executive director and spokesperson of Bangladesh Bank, said: There were some deviations from the rules, as they paid after the banking hour ended. There’s an investigation ongoing in this regard. According to Bangladesh Bank sources, a team from the central bank visited the Gulshan branch of Union Bank on September 20, opened the vault and found a big discrepancy in the amount of money.

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