Wednesday, February 1, 2023

Cubans in Texas and Florida detention centers: If they deport us, they put us in jail

Cubans with Deportation Orders In detention centers in Texas and Florida they are afraid to return to cuba And was arrested by the country’s police.

Since then Department of Homeland Security (DHS) After Havana accidentally learned that some immigrants with deportation orders sought protection from the US against persecution or torture, many of them feared returning to Cuba, where they could be jailed and without the right to trial, a Note published by This Wednesday in the report Telemundo 51.

“I would rather die here than go to Cuba,” said Damian Calderín, who was transferred from Texas to the Broward Transition Center in Florida, along with other Cubans who failed to meet “credible fear” requirements.

According to testimony from several immigrants, more than 40 days ago they received a letter from Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE). apologies for the leak Personal data of over 6,000 migrants, but they are yet to be released.

Despite promises not to forcibly deport them and to allow them to reopen their refugee claims, which were initially rejected, Cubans claim continue without the attention of the authorities,

“From the first moment they deport us, landing at the airport, the police are there waiting for us. he is a prisoner without trial”, he declared telemundo one of the prisoners

According to what happened in the text, the relatives are afraid for the lives of the migrants because “at this time all the laws have changed in Cuba, which could be a danger” and could end “both imprisonment and death”, as one Protestant argued.

Relatives of migrants have also received no response after long days of protesting in front of the Broward Detention Center, even exposing themselves to freezing temperatures to stop the deportation of their relatives.

Protesters have urged the White House not to prolong the situation.

Rolando Bernal, the father of a migrant detained with the warrant, said, “He should remember that he said he was going to help Latinos and Cubans, showing it by giving freedom to these Cubans who fled Cuba.” There’s a way to do it.” Of exile

On November 28, 2022, a group of Cubans received a letter from ICE informing them of the “involuntary disclosure of information” of a personal nature, which was mistakenly published on the Immigration and Customs Enforcement Service’s public website .

The exposed documents contained names, alien registration numbers, dates of birth, countries of citizenship, names of detention centers and other immigration information, including Judgment relating to “credible fear” or as appropriate in each case.

As the data disclosure violated its privacy provisions, ice deletion process stopped Of those who did, their data was publicly viewed and subject to a final removal order.

About 130 people in Cuba will benefit from this decision. About twenty of them were held at the Broward Transition Center, Pompano Beach, in detention centers in Florida and Texas.

a government source told cybercuba At the time the agency considered releasing the detainees while their asylum credentials were being reevaluated, the detainees continued to go unanswered and his family keeps protesting to prevent their return home.

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