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US humanitarian parole has left a Cuban family separated for years

Airports in the United States, mainly those located in South Florida, have been the scene of emotional reunions of Cuban families, thanks parole Humanist.

In Facebook groups about this program, innumerable cases have been shared of family members reuniting after many years in the hope of starting a new life together, in a country with more opportunities. Let’s give

This Friday, Cuba’s Elizabeth Téllez Riverón shared on social networks her arrival in the North American nation and what her process was like to become a beneficiary of the initiative, which grants visas to stay legally in that country for two years, starting Sufficient time for the process of seeking permanent residence.

“Finally, thank God I can publish our arrival, after so many years we are already dreaming of this day,” said the migrant in the group. Humanitarian Parole for Cubans I-134A,

Téllez Riverón commented that he applied on 9 January, received approval on 9 May and that same day, after completing the following steps of the process, the travel authorization arrived.

With the green signal from US immigration officials, on May 10 he began his flight to the country where he has a sponsor who will take care of the expenses for food, accommodation and medical care.

Cubans have received a total of 24,000 visas, according to official figures provided by Blas Núñez-Neto, undersecretary of the Department of National Security. parole Humanist.

Initially, the program was launched in October 2022 for Venezuelan citizens. However, in January 2023, the experience was expanded to include people from Cuba, Nicaragua and Haiti.

America announces change in selection process parole human

The Joe Biden administration announced modifications to the aforementioned program Joe will face trial in June because of a lawsuit filed by states under the command of Republican officials.

Nuñez-Neto said the 30,000 humanitarian visas will continue to be granted monthly, but priority will be given to applicants who have waited the longest for approval since submitting their applications.

To meet the monthly target, 1,000 visas are expected to be issued daily. Therefore, the system will process the first 500 visas in chronological order, starting with the earliest application filing date. The other half will be selected at random, following the procedure used so far.

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