The Department of Homeland Security (DHS) has updated and modernized the Cuban and Haitian family reunification parole (FRP) processes. This is in response to feedback from stakeholders, and it will make the process more accessible and efficient. Petitioners will now be able to complete most of the FRP process online, eliminating the need to travel, spend time, and fill out paperwork. The process is still available on an invitation-only basis. Secretary of Homeland Security Alejandro N. Mayorkas said:
“Lawful pathways, combined with strong enforcement, are effective at reducing irregular migration to the United States and preventing migrants from putting their lives in the hands of smugglers.”
Here is a more detailed explanation of the changes:
These changes are expected to make the FRP process more accessible to eligible beneficiaries, and they will help to reunite families who have been separated by distance or circumstance.
U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services (USCIS) has committed to using technology to update and modernize the immigration application process.
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