All services provided by UNHCR, IOM, and partners are FREE. Do not trust anyone asking you to pay for service relating to the ‘Safe Mobility’ initiative.
Cubans, Haitians, and Venezuelans in Colombia
Request screening for lawful pathways to go to the United States
The ‘Safe Mobility’ initiative in Colombia helps refugees and migrants travel safely and lawfully to the United States and other countries.
Request screening for the ‘Safe Mobility’ initiative
Online applications for the ‘Safe Mobility’ initiative are temporarily closed
From Friday 10 November, please note applications will now open every working weekday (Monday-Friday) at 8am Colombia Time for a limited amount of time until a daily quota has been met.
If you have already applied for this program, you do not need to apply again.
Who can participate and how?
This program is currently for Cubans, Haitians, and Venezuelans who were in Colombia on or before June 11, 2023, regardless of whether they entered the country regularly or irregularly, and who, at the time of application, have a regular status or are in the process of regularization in the country.
Complete the free online form to be considered and receive information about legal pathways to go to the United States. Please note that occasionally the online form may be temporarily unavailable to allow for application processing. If the online form is closed when you attempt to apply, you may submit your application when the form becomes active again. Please visit this website regularly to check if the online form is available or not.
We will review your application to determine if you meet the program requirements. After an initial review, we will contact you and inform you if you will proceed in the process or if you do not qualify. If you continue in the process, you may be scheduled for an in-person interview in Colombia. If you meet the requirements, you may be able to travel to the United States with the support of this program.
All final decisions on entering the United States are made by the United States authorities.
All services related to the “Safe Mobility” program are free of charge, and no one can ask you for anything in return. Any requests for payments linked to this program should be disregarded.
For additional information please call the SMO Contact Center using the toll-free number: 0 1800 519 0665.
From 30 October SMO Contact Center is open every Monday to Friday from 7AM to 7PM.