Migrants in Chicago will go to St. Louis for work; What to expect?

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In recent days, Chicago has been working to support more than 15,000 migrants. Meanwhile, St. Louis, a major city in Missouri, has also pledged to offer help to 15,000 asylum seekers. The Midwestern city will provide jobs to migrants in order to help them.

St. Louis will soon take in thousands of migrants from Chicago amid the migrant crisis. However, all migrants are not eligible for the job in St. Louis.

What can migrants expect? How to solve the migrant crisis in Chicago? How can migrants get a job in St. Louis? What can 15,000 asylum seekers expect?

St. Louis to ‘resettle Chicago migrants’

St. Louis city aims to “resettle Chicago migrants”. The city will set up a foundation to provide jobs to thousands of people. St. Louis civic leader also visited Chicago to explore the migrant situation in the city.

Reportedly, thousands of migrants from Venezuela have come to Chicago since last year, seeking a better life. 

The International Institute of St. Louis has also collaborated with St. Louis nonprofit Arch Grants on the initiative to help migrants. St. Louis Mayor’s Office has said that the City is working with the local government to improve immigrants’ experience.

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What can migrants expect?

St. Louis officials will provide help to migrants who started their asylum claims in their home countries under the Joe Biden administration program. Under the program, the authorities will serve thousands of migrants.

The City will offer housing, employment, and social services to some asylum seekers. Attorney Jerry Schlichter, founder of Arch Grants, has said, “We will provide help to the people who have a work permit, we are offering them the opportunity to build their lives here.”

U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services program granted “travel authorization to up to 30,000 noncitizens each month.” U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services, part of the Homeland Security Department, helps manage the U.S. immigration system. 

Meanwhile, New York City has toughened its stance against migrant families. Eric Adams, Mayor of New York City, announced a 60-day limit on how long a migrant family with children can stay at any migrant shelter. However, Brad Lander, New York City Comptroller, also criticized the mayor’s handling of the migrant crisis. 

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WR News Writer is an engineer turned professionally trained writer who has a strong voice in her writing. She speaks on issues of migrant workers, human rights, and more.

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