We seems to not be having much success with a visa or humanitarian parole for Enoch. If you have time today can you paste and copy this letter below and send it to: HaitiVisaInquiry@state.gov>Visa Specialist Public Inquiries Division Public and Diplomatic Liaison Visa Services U.S. Department of State
TO Whom it May Concern,
We know your office has already been made aware of the situation with Mr. and Mrs. Frantz Henoch Betor. We also understand and appreciate all your correspondence on this case. Mr. Betor has not been contacted by anyone at the US embassy since being told on Feb 8th ,2010 that they had lost his passport. We know that they will not issue him a visa or humanitarian parole. Everyone has made this very clear to us. We plan to apply for a immigrant visa soon, but before we can do this we need his passport back. We do not understand why no one has contacted the Betor’s about this matter. This situation has caused lots of pain to their family. We know that no one at your office can fix the visa problem or open the offices in Haiti. We understand that it could also be a long time before this happens. The Betor family was treated unfairly by the US troops and by those working at the embassy. I believe the least they can do is to return his passport. If they cannot find his lost passport, then can they write a letter stating that they lost the passport? The passport office in Haiti is open now, but Mr. Betor will have to make a report that the passport was lost. It would make his process much easier if you could provide this paper or return his passport. Mrs. Betor will be leaving Haiti soon to be with her children. Mr. Betor will be left behind in Haiti. The children do not understand why this is happening. We are not asking that you move mountains for them. We are just asking that you return his passport or provide a written letter stating that it was lost.
We thank you in advance for any help you can provide. You can reach Mr. & Mrs. Betor at this email address. firstname.lastname@example.org
I am so thankful to those of you that are helping out with this problem. It is a personal and hard sometimes to get others involved. But we need help. We understand that they are NOT issuing non-immigrant visa’s at this time. This would be like a tourist or visitors visa. They also are not issuing humanitarian parole for spouses of US citizens. The only department that is open is immigrant visa. This would be what we need to do next to file for Enoch’s residence in the USA. This needs to be filed through the USCIS office. I have heard that this can take two years. I cannot get any answers from their office here in Haiti. (email@example.com) I do not know if they are opened. I need some advice in knowing if it is better to file this I-130 here in Haiti, where I reside or to file it in the states, where I still hold residence and pay taxes. I have heard that it is faster to file it here in Haiti. But I cannot find out if the USCIS office is open or not here. I know they are processing the immigrant files that have already been filed. We had to file and I-130 here in Haiti for Carmelo’s adoption so I know it can be done here. I of course, would prefer never to return to that building again, but if it would be faster I would go back. Any advice that anyone can give me on this would be great. Feel free to write these offices at this address PaPCons@state.gov or HaitiVisaInquiry@state.gov to see if you can get any answers.
We thank each of you again for your love,support and prayer. He is able.