The Department of Homeland Security (DHS) announced a new family reunification parole process for certain nationals of Ecuador, advancing the Biden-Harris Administration’s effective strategy to combine expanded lawful pathways and strengthened enforcement to reduce irregular migration.
Statement from Secretary Mayorkas on Settlement Agreement for Families Separated at the U.S.-Mexico Border by the Prior Administration
Secretary of Homeland Security Alejandro N. Mayorkas released the following statement regarding the settlement agreement made in the Ms. L vs. Immigration and Customs Enforcement class action lawsuit.
Secretary of Homeland Security Alejandro N. Mayorkas announced the extension and redesignation of Cameroon for Temporary Protected Status (TPS) for 18 months, from December 8, 2023, through June 7, 2025, due to ongoing armed conflict and extraordinary and temporary conditions in Cameroon that prevent individuals from safely returning
DHS Previews Federal Register Notice Extending and Separately Redesignating Venezuela for Temporary Protected Status
The Department of Homeland Security is previewing a Federal Register notice for an 18-month extension of Venezuela’s 2021 Temporary Protected Status (TPS) designation and a separate redesignation of Venezuela for TPS.
Fact Sheet: The Biden-Harris Administration Takes New Actions to Increase Border Enforcement and Accelerate Processing for Work Authorizations, While Continuing to Call on Congress to Act
The Department of Homeland Security (DHS) is announcing another series of actions to increase enforcement across the Southwest Border, accelerate processing of work authorizations, and the decision to redesignate and extend Temporary Protected Status (TPS) for Venezuela.
The Department of Homeland Security (DHS) has launched a first-of-its-kind national campaign for noncitizens who are work-eligible but who have yet to apply for an Employment Authorization Document (EAD).
The Department of Homeland Security (DHS) published Federal Register notices that will update and modernize the Cuban and Haitian family reunification parole (FRP) processes, reflecting extensive feedback from stakeholders on these important programs.
Hoja informativa: Los nuevos procesos de permiso de permanencia temporal para la reunificación familiar ofrecen una vía legal para la unidad familiar
Estados Unidos está facilitando a las personas de El Salvador, Guatemala, Honduras, Colombia, Cuba y Haití que reúnan los requisitos necesarios la reunificación familiar en Estados Unidos, el último ejemplo del esfuerzo estadounidense por ampliar las vías legales y ofrecer alternativas a la migración peligrosa e irregular.
The United States is making it easier for eligible individuals from El Salvador, Guatemala, Honduras, Colombia, Cuba and Haiti to be reunited with family in the United States, the latest example of the U.S. effort to expand lawful pathways and offer alternatives to dangerous and irregular migration.
Fact Sheet: CBP One Facilitated Over 170,000 Appointments in Six Months, and Continues to be a Safe, Orderly, and Humane Tool for Border Management
The CBP One App is a free online tool available to migrants in Central and Northern Mexico for individuals to schedule appointments to present themselves at a POE along the Southwest Border.