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Ambassador Laura Dogu’s Remarks on 16-Days of Activism Combating GBV and Impunity

Today we commemorate the eighth day of our activism campaign against gender-based violence. However, this campaign should not be limited to 16 days. The fight must be constant every day of the year. Gender-based violence is a serious problem in Honduras. I recently traveled to Roatán and was impressed by the number of people who ...
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Addressing U.S. Visitor Visa Wait Times

The Department of State is committed to facilitating legitimate travel to the United States while safeguarding national security. Many applicants for U.S. visas are required by U.S. law to appear in person.  However, local pandemic-era restrictions on public places like our overseas consular sections curbed our ability to see visa applicants.  This reduced the number ...
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Statement from DHS on Court Granted Stay That Temporarily Keeps the Title 42 Public Health Order in Place

“Today, the court granted a stay of the court’s order vacating the CDC’s Title 42 public health order. Title 42 will remain in place during the period of the stay, allowing the government to prepare for a transition and to continue to manage the border in a safe, orderly, and humane way.“While the stay is ...
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Statement from DHS on Decision Regarding Title 42

“The United States will continue to fully enforce our immigration laws at our border. In response to the court’s order, the Department of Justice is filing an unopposed stay motion. The delay in implementation of the court’s order will allow the government to prepare for an orderly transition to new policies at the border. But ...
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