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DOS provided updated guidance for U.S. citizens in Ukraine. The memo includes information on border wait times, and on preparing for land border crossings into Poland, Romania, Hungary, Slovakia, and Moldova. The memo also provides a form that citizens should complete so that DOS can contact them.
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AILA members can discuss and share pointers on immigration issues related to Russia’s invasion of Ukraine and the ensuing humanitarian crisis, including entry of Ukrainian nationals into the United States and other countries, humanitarian immigration options, Ukrainian nationals in the United States facing removal proceedings or removal orders, and more in this new Message Center forum.GO TO UKRAINE CRISIS FORUM ON MESSAGE CENTER
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