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AILA Doc. No. 22040805 | Dated March 11, 2022 | File Size: 691 KDownload the Document
On 3/11/22, CBP issued a memo to its Office of Field Operations stating that noncitizens in possession of a valid Ukrainian passport or other valid Ukrainian identity document, and absent national security or public safety risk factors, may be considered for exception from Title 42.
This copy of the memo was obtained by CBS News.
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