Mayor Adams and 39 Other City Leaders Urge Biden to Approve Work Permits for Undocumented Migrants

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Mayor Eric Adams, along with 39 other mayors and county executives from across the country, has asked President Biden to allow undocumented migrants to work legally.

In a letter sent to the White House on Thursday, these city leaders, including Mayor Brandon Johnson of Chicago and Mayor Michelle Wu of Boston, urged the Biden administration to grant work permits to both newly arrived and long-standing undocumented migrants.

The letter comes as many cities are struggling to handle the continuous influx of new migrants. The mayors believe that giving these migrants the ability to work legally will help manage the situation better.

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