White House announced that President Biden will set a new, increased refugee cap next month after facing a barrage of criticism for announcing the cap would stay at the historically low level set by former President Trump. Earlier today, the president had issued an emergency determination maintaining the refugee admissions ceiling at 15,000. 

https://brian-d-lerner-blog.com/tag/refugee-admissions/

https://brian-d-lerner-blog.com/tag/bureau-of-population-refugees-and-migration/

https://californiaimmigration.us/information-regarding-asylum-refugee-and-relative-petitions-to-the-us-to-be-offered-by-the-government/

https://brian-d-lerner-blog.com/tag/fy2012-refugee-admissions-numbers-and-authorizations/

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White House Backtracks on Refugees Decision After Criticism and Says Biden Will Announce Increased Cap by May 15