US CBP: The U.S. Immigration System
When the Title 42 public health Order lifts on May 11, 2023, the U.S. Department of Homeland Security (DHS) will revert to fully utilizing Title 8 immigration enforcement processes.
Under Title 8, those who unlawfully cross the border are subject to criminal consequences, including possible deportation, prosecution, and a five-year bar on reentry.
Our message remains clear to those seeking to come to the United States: Do not believe smugglers. Do not put your life at risk by taking the dangerous journey only to be sent back. Use lawful pathways to come to the United States. The United States will continue to remove noncitizens who arrive without authorization.
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Catholic Legal Immigration Network, Inc. (CLINIC) just announced their Post-Title 42 Resource Hub. This is a page of resources for legal practitioners, advocates, and others helping immigrant clients navigate the immigration system post-Title 42.