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AILA Doc. No. 21101500 | Dated June 17, 2022
AILA provides these resources to assist AILA members and the public in responding to the increased number of Haitians arriving at U.S. borders.
Note: The situation is constantly changing, and the information provided below could be outdated. AILA recommends that individuals consult with an attorney for further information and guidance.
AILA members: this document is accessible to the public and can be shared with clients and the community who may need access to resources.
Members of the public: if you need an immigration lawyer, please consult AILA's Immigration Lawyer Search.
Cite as AILA Doc. No. 21101500.
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