The United States Embassy in Cuba urged petitioners in the Family Reunification Parole Program (CFRP) to keep their contact information up to date. Tim Johnson / McClatchy / TNS / SIPA USA
The United States Embassy in Cuba urged petitioners in the Family Reunification Parole Program (CFRP) to keep their contact information up to date.
Diplomatic Heritage is modernizing family reunification procedures for citizens of Cuba and Haiti, it was reported via a post on Twitter.
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Cubans who are still awaiting processing of their applications for the program should ensure that their contact information is up to date.
To modify the mailing address for your case, you must follow the instructions set up on the US Citizenship and Immigration Services (USCIS) website.
If you have already submitted an application, you should not submit another as it may delay your case.
The immigration office resumed processing CFRP cases at the embassy’s facilities in Havana last August.
Application processing had been on hiatus since 2017 when work was suspended due to a mysterious illness called “Havana syndrome” that affected the health of diplomats and officials on the island.
If you are still waiting for reunion, can you apply for another immigration program?
Those who are still waiting to process their applications for the Family Reunification Parole Program can apply for the new parole Grants that allow them to legally enter the US and stay in the country for two years.
After living in the US for one year, Cuban beneficiaries can apply for the Adjustment Act which allows them to become permanent residents through a green card.
This story was originally published on May 25, 2023 5:30 am.