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January 16, 2023

NEW CHANGES ANNOUNCED How to Enter the United States | USCIS 2023

On 6 January 2023, a new lawful and streamlined process was started for Cuban, Nicaraguan, and Haitian nationals who are eligible for US immigration but do not have the correct entry documents for the US.

Under the new process, individuals who fulfill the eligibility criteria and have support from the US can easily travel to the United States via airplane, live in the country temporarily, and submit an application for work authorization.

Applicants can easily complete this process online, and every application will be processed separately.

In addition to this, the cap for Venezuelan nationals was also removed.

The Department of Homeland Security, also known as the DHS, deems this process ideal for Cuban, Nicaraguan, Venezuelan, and Haitian nationals who wish to live in the US temporarily but are not eligible for a visa.




More information related to the processes for Haitian, Cuban, Venezuelan, and Nicaraguan nationals is provided on the official website of USCIS.

Moreover, please note that everything discussed in this blog is information collected from the Department of Homeland Security.

Disclaimer: The above information is provided for general information purposes only and should not be construed as legal advice. If you have any further inquiries regarding the applicability of this information, please contact Rafael Pavanelli (Regional Immigration Manager, Americas) or Roberta Carnaccini (Global Operations Manager, Immigration).

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