Ahead of the expiration of Title 42, the United States has announced its launching of immigration processing centers abroad. The regional centers will be placed in Guatemala and Colombia in partnership with international organizations, with potential expansion to be determined at a later date.
The abroad immigration processing centers will serve as an expedited prescreening step, connecting asylum seekers with specialists who will refer them to parole programs, family reunification or existing labor pathways, if they meet eligibility requirements.
Canada and Spain will also accept migrants screened at these locations.
With this update, the U.S. has also confirmed CBP One parole applications will be continued at the expiration of Title 42. These announcements will further monitor the migration of Cuban, Haitian, Nicaraguan, and Venezuelan asylum seekers.
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Due to the anticipated changes in humanitarian parole and border security, it is advised you speak to an experienced asylum lawyer to understand your rights. Failure to follow federal mandates can have a negative impact on your immigration status and may threaten your chances of staying in the country.
Reeves Immigration Law Group regularly represents individuals and their families in all stages of the immigration process from asylum applications to deportation defense. Our team of California immigration attorneys are well versed in immigration and nationality law, allowing them to provide successful outcomes reflective of an individual’s circumstances.
Contact us today to speak with our team of California immigration attorneys on these immigration developments or any other immigration needs.