I senatori presentano un disegno di legge bipartisan per riformare il sistema d’immigrazione.

Title: Senators Propose Bipartisan Immigration Package with Expanded Presidential Powers

On Sunday, a group of senators unveiled a new immigration proposal that aims to address the ongoing issue of unlawful border crossings. The $118 billion package, which has support from both Democrats and Republicans, includes measures that would give the president more authority to control the influx of migrants.

According to CBS News’ Nikole Killion, the proposal would allow the president to turn away migrants without giving them the opportunity to request asylum when there is a surge in numbers. This expanded power would give the administration more control over the border and potentially reduce the number of individuals seeking asylum in the United States.

The proposal also includes funding for border security measures, such as additional personnel and technology, as well as resources for processing and detaining migrants. It also aims to address the root causes of migration by providing aid to Central American countries.

While the proposal has received bipartisan support, it is likely to face opposition from immigration advocates who argue that it goes against the country’s values of providing refuge to those in need. However, supporters of the package argue that it is a necessary step to address the ongoing crisis at the border.

This proposal comes as the Biden administration continues to grapple with the surge of migrants at the southern border. It remains to be seen how this proposal will be received by Congress and if it will ultimately be passed into law. Stay tuned for updates on this developing story.  

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