relatives of Cuban diaspora detained in southern border of the usa they ask for help so they’re not shipped to cuba Credible fear to fail the interview.
“We live in fear that they will call me today and someone will tell me that my husband has already been deported to Cuba or that my family will tell me he is there,” she said. telemundo 51 Wendy Court, whose partner has been held for 50 days in an immigration detention center with a deportation order.
Santiago Saenz, Court’s husband, is being held for allegedly not approving a credible fear interview, although, according to what he told the television channel, “he never did that.”
“He will not have a life in Cuba. There will be only one thing that will be his broken dreams and the deprivation of his freedom. A believable fear to interview. What is a more believable fear than Cuba?” The court charged.
The desperate Cuban migrant who arrived in the United States last October said, “I ask Congressmen, everyone who can, to raise their voices because they will not regret helping us, because we Cubans are letting them down.” Not going to.” , after crossing several borders irregularly and was also abducted along the way.
this last week A group of Cubans demonstrated in front of the Immigration and Customs Control (ICE) headquarters in the city of Miramarin Broward County, to request that their relatives detained at the United States’ southern border not be deported to the island by authorities after they failed credible intimidation interviews.
“I ask María Elvira to help her, that I voted for her. (…) I hope she helps her as she is helping Cubans”He said in statements almost through tears America Camel A man whose son is trapped on the southern border.
Among Cubans who have relatives in custody, there are cases in which some members of a family nucleus were released, mainly elders or women, but not men.
Decision to provide credible apprehension rests with immigration authorities and “it is generally arbitrary”, according to the above media.
This is the case of a Cuban woman whose mother was released from prison. parole But his brother and nephew are under house arrest at the border. Another island citizen reported that she entered with her husband, but they left when she was taken to an immigration center.
“If a person does not pass the credible intimidation interview, that person has a second chance, in that case before an immigration judge. However, if that judge affirms the immigration officer’s decision, because Cuba does not accept deportees, If not, then maybe Cubans have the opportunity to leave and await deportation outside prison,” said lawyer Ismael Labrada.
The same source noted that if two credible intimidation opportunities are rejected, the chances of preventing banishment are more complicated, but do occur.
Meanwhile, last week it was reported that the ICE summons Cubans again with deportation orders In South Florida, about the same 40 Cubans with deportation orders they were arrested after attending appointments with immigration officials in October, and released days later after opposition from relatives
Two weeks ago it became known that the U.S. May soon begin repatriating Cubans detained at the border Along with Mexico, a measure by the Biden administration to stem the wave of immigration from the island.
the decision was made because The Cuban government will notify that it is willing to accept deportation flights. Under an agreement between the two countries to resume processing of visas for Cubans who wish to enter the United States legally by January 2023.
In recent days, the regime announced that it is waiting United States sets a date for migrant deportation flights,