Cuban Adjustment Act – Your Immigration Dream

Posted by Camilo Espinosa on January 16, 2014

Cuban citizens may be able to apply levitra coupon for adjustment of status if they have been present in the United States for at least 1 year since admission or parole and are admissible as immigrants under the Cuban Adjustment Act (CAA). The public charge ground of inadmissibility does not apply to applicants filing for benefits under the CAA. Nor does inadmissibility for having arrived at a place other than an open port of entry apply. A Cuban citizen who arrives at a place other than an open port-of-entry, therefore, is still eligible for adjustment of status as long as he or she has been paroled. If the applicant is inadmissible on any other ground, the applicant is not eligible for adjustment under the CAA unless the applicant is eligible for, and has obtained, a waiver of inadmissibility.

The general rule is that the U.S. may return certain applicants for admission at United States ports-of-entry without a full review of inadmissibility by an immigration court (“the expedited removal process”). In general, applicants for admission who do not have documents required for admission, or who have false documents, are subject to immediate return to the state from which they arrived. However, Cuban citizens are treated differently than most arrivals at U.S. ports-of-entry. For example, the Immigration and Nationality Act provides that Cuban nationals arriving by aircraft are exempt from expedited removal proceedings. Similarly, under current policy, citizens of Cuba arriving at land border ports-of-entry without buy cialis proper entry documents are not generally placed in expedited removal proceedings. Instead, they are placed in Immigration and Nationality Act (INA) section 240 "removal proceedings" before an Immigration Judge and are generally paroled from the land border port-of-entry while awaiting such proceedings.

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