USCIS Reopens Field Office in Havana

U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services (USCIS) is set to reopen an international field office in Havana, Cuba. The new office aims to provide assistance with U.S. immigration casework and benefits, encompassing interviews and the processing of pending cases related to Cuban Family Reunification Parole and Form I-730, Refugee/Asylee Relative Petition.

The USCIS Havana Field Office will offer additional limited services, such as refugee processing and the collection of biometrics for U visa petitions. To avail these services, appointments will be mandatory, and further details regarding services and scheduling will be updated on the USCIS International Immigration Offices page in the upcoming weeks.

This move signifies USCIS' commitment to reestablishing its presence beyond U.S. borders. Aligned with the Biden-Harris Administration's dedication to facilitating safe, legal, and organized migration, the renewed presence in Cuba is aimed at discouraging irregular and inherently perilous maritime migration.

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