Interview Documents

At the time of their interview, applicants will need to provide the following documents:

  • Valid passport.
  • (2) Frontal color photos measuring 50mm x 50mm, with white background.
  • Birth certificate.
  • Current marriage certificate (if applicable).
  • Divorce certificates from any previous marriage (if applicable).
  • If widowed, death certificate from previous spouse.
  • Documents that prove the relationship between the CFRP applicant and the petitioner. In the case of a brother or sister, the applicant will need to provide his or her birth certificate and that of the petitioner.
  • Police certificates/court records (for applicants sixteen years of age or older) issued within six months of the visa interview date.
  • Medical exam. Applicants must follow instructions on the interview appointment notice to have their medical examination performed at Hospital Pedro Borrás located at the corner of F and 27 Streets, Vedado, Plaza de la Revolución, La Habana. Hospital Borrás-Marfán is the only authorized panel physician exam facility in Cuba for family parole cases (CFRP).
  • Affidavit of Support, Form I-134 (PDF 100 KB) (For CFRP applicants accepted into the CFRP program before February 17, 2015, only if expressly requested by a consular or DHS officer).