Immigration Now: Understanding the New Advance Travel Authorization Processes for Cubans, Haitians, Nicaraguans and Venezuelans
DHS announced new processes through which nationals of Cuba, Haiti, Nicaragua and Venezuela, may request to legally enter and remain in the US.
It is possible to travel as long as you follow the proper steps to avoid violating the law or avoiding having your green card request denied.
Compliance with the Real ID Act will start in May of 2023 which will require everyone living in the U.S. to obtain new enhanced ID cards.
This new program allows Venezuelans and their immediate family to come, live and work legally in the U.S. for up to two years at a time.
Many immigrants are unable to finish their green card process because financial reasons or the end of their relationships with their spouses.
Most people have no idea how immigration process really works and are very surprised by the difficulty of the process.
The most common assistance for those with difficulties passing the examination are built-in exemptions (or “waivers”).
In previous articles I have written about the various immigration processes in existence that depend on your personal or family status. Many of these processes require sponsorship from another individual or an organization for an immigrant to be able to obtain a visa or adjust status to that of a legal permanent resident.