The Democratic candidate in the U.S. presidential election who proclaimed his election victory, Joseph Biden, announced that in his first 100 days in the White House he plans to introduce to the Senate a law that will allow immigrants without papers obtain the U.S. nationality.
“I will introduce an immigration law to the U.S. Senate, which will give an opportunity to obtain [American] citizenship for more than 11 million people living in the United States without documents,” he said in an interview with NBC, answering the question about his plans for the first 100 days of the presidency.
Biden said he also plans to cancel some of “the most damaging executive orders” signed by Donald Trump that, according to the Democratic candidate, affected the environment and the health of Americans.
In addition, he promised to provide assistance to those groups in American society that “in any crisis are the first affected and the last beneficiaries of aid, basically minority communities.
The US held the presidential elections on November 3. Although the official scrutiny of the presidential elections has not concluded, the mainstream media consider Biden’s victory irreversible, which would have exceeded the quota of 270 electoral votes.
Trump still does not concede victory to his rival at the polls, and he is determined to prove the alleged electoral fraud in court. On November 23, however, he advised that General Services Administration (GSA) Director Emily Murphy and her team follow the initial protocol regarding the transfer of powers.