Resumed repatriation of Venezuelans in the U.S.

In an unexpected move, the U.S. government revealed its intention to resume direct repatriation of undocumented Venezuelan citizens. This announcement is effective as a result of a recent agreement signed with the Maduro government.

This agreement allows for direct flights of removal for those individuals who cannot demonstrate a legal basis for remaining in U.S. territory. In this article, the Jaskot Law team tells you all the details.

What does this new measure of repatriation of Venezuelans imply?

In recent days, the Biden administration announced this new immigration measure that will allow the repatriation of Venezuelans who have entered the country illegally. In fact, it will allow the authorities to carry out direct deportation flights.

According to White House officials:

“Starting today, Venezuelan citizens who illegally cross our border will be prosecuted and, if found to have no legal basis to stay, will be repatriated back to Venezuela.”

On the other hand, according to a senior Washington official, this measure was implemented following the decision of the Venezuelan authorities to accept their citizens back into the country.

Group of Venezuelans who suffered repatriation to their country of origin due to Biden's new measures.
The Biden administration’s agreement with Maduro, the president of Venezuela, poses a risk to thousands of undocumented Venezuelans who will suffer repatriation to their country of origin via direct flights established by the U.S. government.

Context of the crisis: Venezuela and international sanctions

Despite international recognition of the serious economic and social crisis affecting Venezuela, the U.S. government imposed sanctions on Maduro. For his part, the Venezuelan president blames the United States for the current migratory situation based on the coercive measures and the illegally imposed economic blockade.

This conflict can be overwhelming and generates great uncertainty and fear among affected Venezuelan citizens. You are not alone, contact Jaskot Law and let’s start securing your future in the country with foundations and peace of mind.

Immigration resources available for Venezuelans

For Venezuelan nationals seeking to enter the United States legally and avoid repatriation, there are several immigration remedies available. These include:

Temporary Protected Status (TPS)This program grants temporary legal status to citizens of countries affected by natural disasters, armed conflicts or extraordinary conditions. Venezuelans who entered the United States through July 31 of this year may be eligible for TPS.
Asylum applicationsVenezuelans who face persecution or fear for their safety in their home country may file asylum applications in the United States. These applications are evaluated on a case-by-case basis, and may provide a legal basis for remaining in the country.
Work and study visasWork and study visas are also options for Venezuelans wishing to enter the United States. These visas have specific requirements, and it is essential to comply with the criteria established by the immigration authorities.

It is important to consult with an immigration attorney or immigration services professional to understand the options available and to receive guidance on the appropriate application process. Do not hesitate to contact Jaskot Law, we can help you.

Empty room in the United States where Venezuelan citizens who suffered repatriation to their country of origin lived.
For Venezuelan citizens who are at risk of repatriation from the United States, there are several immigration remedies available to avoid illegal entry into the country.


In conclusion, in a complex migration landscape, Venezuelans wishing to enter the United States face significant challenges. The new direct repatriation policy raises fundamental questions about migration rights and options.

Empathy, understanding, and knowledge are powerful tools in the search for fair and humane solutions for those seeking a better future. The specialized team of Jaskot Law has these tools, so it will be able to help you and give you peace of mind.


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Frequently Asked Questions

What happens if a Venezuelan faces retaliation or persecution in Venezuela after being deported from the United States?

If an individual faces retaliation or persecution in his or her home country after being deported, he or she may apply for asylum in the United States again. It is essential to present solid evidence of the new dangerous situation to support the request.

Can Venezuelans who have been repatriated in the past apply for a return visa after this new policy?

Deportees may apply for a return visa, but this process can be complex. They must demonstrate that they have resolved the problems that led to their previous repatriation and that they meet the current visa requirements.

How can Venezuelans obtain up-to-date information on immigration policies in the United States?

The USCIS and the U.S. Department of State provide up-to-date information on immigration policies on their official websites. In addition, it is advisable to follow the social networks of legal and governmental organizations to receive regular updates.

What organizations in the United States provide legal support and resources to Venezuelans facing immigration problems?

There are numerous non-profit organizations, such as the Immigrant Legal Resource Center (RAICES) and the Immigrant Rights Center, that offer free or low-cost legal support to immigrants, including Venezuelans.