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In this newsletter, we will keep you updated on important U.S. Immigration events and activities. We are excited to bring the below update available to you:

USCIS Created a New Entry Procedure For Venezuelans

The Department of Homeland Security (DHS) unveiled a new procedure for Venezuelans on October 12.

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Venezuelans who are outside the United States and do not have U.S. entry documents will now have a legal and quick option to enter the country. Individuals can be evaluated for advance authorization to travel to the United States and apply for a temporary period of parole for up to two years through a fully online process if they meet the following requirements:

  • Have a supporter in the United States who will provide financial and other support;
  • Undergo and pass rigorous security vetting;
  • Meet other eligibility requirements, and
  • Warrant a favorable exercise of discretion.

DHS urges Venezuelans who want to enter the country but lack or are ineligible for a visa to use the process for Venezuelans instead, as it will be the most secure and efficient option to pursue a brief stay in the country. Individuals should not approach the border to access this process because it is completed electronically. Those who attempt to enter the United States unlawfully between ports of entry will be required to return to Mexico and will not be permitted to participate in this process.

This new procedure came into effect on the 18th of October 2022

At CFUIS, we have a team of seasoned & dedicated immigration lawyers that will ensure you file all your paperwork correctly and are always available to help you with your U.S. immigration needs.

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Martins I. Imudia, PhD
Attorney at Law & Director
Center for U.S. Immigration Services
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