Whereas dozens of Cuban migrants and different nationalities have benefited from the Humanitarian Parole program, and have arrived within the US, two Cuban households face the refusal to allow them to journey.
They’re “stranded in Mexico and no person provides us a solution,” they are saying.
They confirmed up on the southern border, earlier than the brand new immigration coverage was utilized, and so they have been informed that they might go for the I-134a.
“They accredited the sponsors, they accredited us, and so they gave us journey authorization.”
However upon arrival on the airport, that allow was revoked.
Lawyer Carmen Gallardo says: “the method is completely discretionary, they reserve the proper to confess these individuals to the US, even after receiving a journey allow, that doesn’t assure something.”
One thing comparable occurred with a Cuban lady who was capable of journey to the US, however within the final step of the method, the interview with the immigration officer, she was denied entry into the nation.
“They ask him if he ever crossed the border and the reply was “I do not know”, and so they mechanically take this to imply that he’s mendacity,” says the lawyer.
Nearly three weeks after the humanitarian parle program started, every case is a shock for the candidates and the despair of lots of of them will increase every single day.
María Eugenia is a part of a gaggle of virtually 800 Cubans who submitted their software on the primary day and up to now.
“There is no such thing as a rationalization, there isn’t a time period or a concrete foundation to know what is occurring,” says María Eugenia.
Alejandro Esteban, who’s ready for approval, assures that “there are lots of circumstances from the sixth, like mine, which are stopped and there are circumstances from different days which are progressing.”
And it’s that the way in which wherein the circumstances are being processed, in line with the expertise of this lawyer, is unsure.
“There is no such thing as a sample that one can say they go by day,” says the lawyer.
“My worry is that title 42 will shut it after which shut this program,” says María Eugenia.
“It has been a measure that the federal government delivered to alleviate all this downside on the Mexican border, and the one conclusion now we have for positive is that they’ve prioritized the circumstances which are in Mexico. And the one conclusion now we have for positive is that they’ve prioritized the circumstances which are in Mexico”, says the lawyer.