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CBP, Mar. 11, 2022
"... The Department of Homeland Security recognizes that the unjustified Russian war of aggression in Ukraine has created a humanitarian crisis. CBP is authorized, consistent with theTitle 42 Order, on a case-by-case basis based on the totality of the circumstances, including considerations of humanitarian interests, to except Ukrainian nationals at land border ports ofentry from Title 42. Non-citizens who are in possession of a valid Ukrainian passport or other valid Ukrainian identity document, and absent risk factors associated with national security or public safety, may be considered for exception from Title 42 under this guidance. Ukrainian non-citizens granted an exception from Title 42 may be processed for any disposition under Title 8, as appropriate, including urgent port of entry humanitarian parole on a case-by-case basis. ..."