WASHINGTON, DC – U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services will reopen an international field office in Havana, Cuba. The new office will assist with U.S. immigration casework and benefits, including interviews and processing pending Cuban Family Reunification Parole cases and Form I-730, Refugee/Asylee Relative Petition.
The USCIS Havana Field Office will also provide other limited services, which may include refugee processing and collecting biometrics for U visa petitions. Services at the Havana Field Office will be available only by appointment.
“Our re-established presence in Cuba is a component of our initiative to reinstate USCIS’ global outreach beyond the borders of the United States. These endeavors align with the dedication of the Biden-Harris Administration to promote secure, lawful, and organized migration while discouraging risky and perilous maritime migration,” stated a representative from USCIS.