State of Confusion Among Haitians in the United States: Unexplained USCIS Decisions
Haitians already settled in the United States have been taken aback by unexpected notifications from the USCIS, causing confusion among those who have been residing in the country for several months. The perplexing message stating “Travel Not Authorized” raises crucial questions about the transparency and consistency of decisions by the United States Citizenship and Immigration Services (USCIS).
Growing concern stems from the fact that many Haitian beneficiaries have reported the rejection of their work permit applications by the USCIS, further complicating their situation in the United States. Some of them, present for at least three months on American soil, find themselves in a precarious position, uncertain about their legal status and ability to remain in the country.
The lack of clear explanations from U.S. authorities adds an extra layer of bewilderment and worry among the beneficiaries. Those affected, with whom we have spoken, express their frustration with the opacity of the USCIS and emphasize the urgent need to understand the reasons behind these decisions directly impacting their lives in the United States.