According to the institution, Cuban pesos will no longer be accepted for the payment of services to American citizens, visas, notarial services or parole that are carried out at the United States Embassy in Havana
The United States Embassy in Cuba reported that as of March 1 of this year, it will only accept payments in dollars for everything related to consular services and procedures related to the US Citizenship and Immigration Service (USCIS). .
According to the institution, Cuban pesos will no longer be accepted for the payment of services to American citizens, visas, notary services or parole that are carried out at the United States Embassy in Havana.
Likewise, the US Embassy explained that as of March 1, the use of a credit card will not be accepted to pay for said services.
On December 29, the US embassy in Cuba resumed the interview process in its consular section as part of the reactivation of the process for granting immigrant visas, something that had not happened since 2017.
At the same time, the US Citizenship and Immigration Services (USCIS) increased its staff in Havana to “effectively and efficiently” process cases and conduct interviews.
The resumption of operations occurs after a few months of timid rapprochement between Washington and Havana, in which migration has played a central role.
On September 1, the United States embassy in Cuba began processing pending applications for the Cuban Family Reunification Parole Program (CFRP), suspended since 2017.
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