Trolling, or a real question? Oh well, in any case, this is about sea ice. Floating ice. Floating ice melting will not raise sea level, the melted water takes exactly as much volume as the submerged part of floating ice, per Archimedes's Law.
Also, sea ice is thin, measured in meters or at most tens of meters. The sea level rise problem comes from land ice, which is not floating and which has thickness measured in hundreds or thousands of meters. It'll take time for that to melt, so people living in places like large parts of Florida have time to move elsewhere, possibly even without creating a US internal refugee problem, much.