First and foremost, we all know the effect of COVID-19 on the entertainment economy, and all business industries. In addition to this, every country in the world right now is crumbling to survive. Furthermore, every country in the world right now is fighting with COVID-19. In addition to this, every government every country is trying hard to contain the community spreading of COVID-19.
Secondly, some of the most developed countries in the world, such as the United States of America, Italy, Spain, and other European countries. All these countries are struggling to contain the community spreading of COVID-19. However, some of the European countries have managed to control the spreading—especially not the United States of America.
New York And The United States of America
Without any doubt, the United States of America is the most affected country in the world right now. In addition to this, New York is the most affected city in the world right now. Apart from this, The United States of America already has more than 800000 confirm the cases of COVID-19. The cases especially are increasing day by day in New York and the United States of America.
Unquestionably, due to this scenario, Donald Trump has taken some decisions. Donald Trump has signed an executive order to suspend the approval of Green Card temporarily. In addition to this, follow the article below to know more details about the same.
The Decision Of Suspension
Firstly, This decision would be affecting a lot of people applying for green cards. Donald Trump and taken this decision to slow down the community spreading of COVID-19. However, this decision might seem a bit late. According to some American citizens and his positions. It appears that the government of the United States of America has taken this decision a bit late.
Without any doubt, the suspension order will stay in place until further notice. However, but seeing the current scenario, this suspension order might remain in place for a longer duration. WHO (World Health Organisation) has taken this decision.