Ambassador William H. Duncan offers an interview to Radio YSKL
The Ambassador of the United States in El Salvador, William H. Duncan, gave a radio interview on YSKL radio station, where he spoke about immigration issues, visas and the termination of Title 42, among others.
The diplomat emphasized that with the termination of Title 42, migrants who are apprehended at the U.S. border and who have not applied for asylum at any of the 100 processing centers will be deported and could face criminal charges. In addition, they will be placed on file, making them ineligible to apply for asylum for ten years.
Duncan called on the Salvadoran population not to be fooled by human traffickers and unscrupulous individuals who charge additional fees for visa processing. He also referred to the employment opportunities of the Temporary Work Visa Program (H-2), which represents a great opportunity for the population to be able to work in the United States legally.
You can watch the interview here: