Biden keeps U.S. refugee cap at 15,000 – for now

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    President Joe Biden signed an order limiting U.S. refugee admissions this year to the historically low 15,000 cap set under his predecessor Donald Trump, shelving a plan to raise it to 62,500 and drawing the ire of refugee advocates and some Democratic lawmakers

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