The U.S. has signed repatriation agreements with both Cambodia and Vietnam. This means that Cambodia and Vietnam are issuing travel documentation to some people who the U.S. government has ordered to be deported.
Cambodia Repatriation Agreement
Vietnam Repatriation Agreement
Update from Asian Americans Advancing Justice-Asian Law Caucus: “In November 2020, the United States and Vietnam signed a Memorandum of Understanding (MOU) that created a process for deporting immigrants who entered the U.S. before 1995, often called ‘pre-1995 immigrants.’” Asian Law Caucus put together
- a memo with the new MOU and a list of frequently asked questions, and
- a web page that will be regularly updated with more resources and information.