Chain migration allows one to guess the Port Authority terrorist, you give US, the authorities say

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NY-Port Authority terror-explosion: What we know

A 27-year-old man, detonated a bomb beneath New York City Port Authority station near times Square in an “attempted terrorist attack,” injuring three people. Here’s what authorities know so far.

The Bangladeshi man who allegedly had a pipe bomb in the vicinity of New York City-Port Authority Bus Terminal detonated, on Monday, the United States came through chain migration, Department of Homeland Security spokesman Tyler Houlton confirmed to Fox News.

Akayed Ullah, the-year-old attempts 27 -, suicide bomber, lived in Brooklyn, New York, but emigrated from the Asian country of Bangladesh is almost seven years, authorities said.

Akayed Ullah, 27, lived in Brooklyn, NY, but emigrated from the Asian country of Bangladesh is almost seven years, authorities said.

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He “was taken to the United States after the presentation of a passport map F43 family visa in the year 2011,” Houlton said Ullah, the “a lawful Permanent Resident immigrant who will benefit from the expanded family chain migration.”

Ullah was one of the 141,501 immigrants in the United States, Bangladesh-chain-migration since 2005, according to the White house.

What is chain migration?

“Chain migration” occurs when immigration have settled in the United States through the support of members of the family already in the country. Critics have said that it is theoretically an endless flow of members of the family could induce to emigrate.


Why the White house is searching for-end-of-chain-migration

The term made headlines in recent months, according to other New York City terror suspect, Sayfullo Saipov, in the USA through the Diversity Visa program, a State Department program that there is a maximum of 50,000 people from “countries with historically low rates of immigration” to the United States each year.

White House Press Secretary Sarah Sanders noticed on Monday that President Trump ‘ s “policy called for an end to chain migration. If that, that would have prevented this Person from coming to the United States.”

“The President will aggressively push more to produce, and to reform immigration, End chain migration, a part of the process,” Sanders added.

What is the F43 family immigrant visa?

The F43 is a classification of the documentation of immigrants and nonimmigrants by the U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services (USCIS).

The “F43” classification is specifically intended for immigrants in the United States as a child of a sibling of a U.S. citizen, at least 21 years of age, according to USCIS.

The Port Authority terror-suspects-mother was said to be in the United States through sponsorship of Ullah’s uncle, a law enforcement official to Fox News.

Ullah emigrated to the United States months before his 21st birthday, the official said. He had already attained 21 years of age, a member of the family, which would not have been allowed, a petition for him to obtain a visa.

What is a lawful permanent resident?

Ullah, a lawful permanent resident (LPS) is here in the United States Hold the status of a permanent resident means that the immigrant has a “green card” to both live and work permanently in the country.

For the permanent residents, to maintain their status in the United States, you must apply for and complete the naturalization to a US citizen. Lawful permanent residents lose their status when a judge ordered them to leave the country, or they can intentionally leave the status on your own.

Permanent residents can get a petition for family members — spouses, unmarried children under the age of 21 and unmarried children of any age — to a green card in the USA

Fox News’ Jake Gibson, Brooke Singman, and James contributed roses to this report.

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