Sunday, June 4, 2023

This is a lawyer speaking for Cubans with parole who are prohibited from entering the United States.

Three young Cubans who were barred from entering the United States despite being granted a travel permit to obtain humanitarian credit have returned to Cuba after the Customs and Border Protection (CBP) officer who attended them told them that their sponsor did not have legal status. in that field something was done by the confusion of the eunuchs.

“Similarly, there was a confusion between the name of the sponsor and the name of another person, who I imagine has the same name in the CBP databases, and he does not have legal status, and the other person who is the sponsor, yes, is a US citizen,” argued Mayron D. Gallardo, a juvenile attorney, in interview with journalist Mario J. Penton.

“CBP has the power to make decisions and it doesn’t even have to be accountable and it ends there. You don’t have the right to ask for proof,” added the lawyer, who said the youths were not given the option of asking their sponsor, who is a US citizen, for a naturalization certificate.

The lawyer mentioned that he has already prepared all the documents for the appeal and that he hopes that the case will have a satisfactory resolution and that CBP will reconsider the denial of entry.

Their travel permits are still active, but they put credit on their passports and it says “empty”, that is, invalid. They need a document from CBP that “added” the authorities to re-enter the US.

The lawyer recommends that travelers bring all possible documents with them.

“My recommendation is that they send all the documents that the sponsor sent in the application and all the approved documents, so that if they ask anything, they have the documents in them,” he suggested.

Mayron D. Gallardo points out that many people are coming into Miami every day and CBP has too few personnel to process all the migrants, so there is no time.

“It must be the best in the mind of the authorities, to have the opportunity to approach them, and ask for documents from the relatives, but if you have everything ready and take it with you, then they can review it right there.” concluded

Three young men under the age of 30 arrived in Miami and fled on March 15 on American Airlines. On the 16th they returned to Cuba.

“We couldn’t claim at the airport, we couldn’t even make a call until late at night, there was nothing we could do because we had all the plans to return,” said Juan Pablo González, one of the three migrants returned to Cuba., in previous to Univision.

González complained that he spent many hours doing something unknowingly and took cell phones because he was told about the process.

“The worst thing is the uncertainty of not knowing what happened, not knowing if it can be paid. For five hours they told us nothing why they had separated us from the rest. You will be afraid because we are good people, we have never had problems,” he concluded.

Juan Pablo González, who was traveling with his girlfriend and his brother, says that they were asked a few questions and given few explanations as to why they did not approve the ticket.

The sponsor is the brother of the two young people who are making the trip, someone who has lived in the United States for 20 years, according to the aforementioned media outlet.

To stop massive illegal migration, on January 5 US President Joe Biden announced a new humanitarian credit program that would allow 30,000 immigrants from Cuba, Nicaragua and Haiti to legally enter the country each month, provided they meet certain requirements.

Once the beneficiary is notified that their case has been approved, they are given authorization to travel to the United States within 90 days, by air only.

However, travel authorization does not guarantee entry into US territory, but is left to the discretion of the Department of Customs and Border Protection at each port of entry after interview.

In recent days, the United States Citizenship and Immigration Services (USCIS) advised that applicants for the humanitarian credit program do not lose their cool and warned that the approval process could take at least 90 days.

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