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  • US rescinds 'wet foot, dry foot' policy for Cubans
    US rescinds 'wet foot, dry foot' policy for Cubans

    US rescinds 'wet foot, dry foot' policy for Cubans

    Obama makes his last move on historic shift in Cuba policy. From now on Cubans will receive almost the same immigration treatment as others, ending a 20 year old policy that favored Cubans.
    David C Adams
  • Seven things you need to know about “Wet Foot, Dry Foot”
    Seven things you need to know about “Wet Foot, Dry Foot”

    Seven things you need to know about “Wet Foot, Dry Foot”

    Eliminating it was the responsible thing to do, but it’s no cause for celebration
    Giancarlo Sopo
  • ANALYSIS: Who benefits from ending special immigration treatment for Cubans?
    ANALYSIS: Who benefits from ending special immigration treatment for Cubans?

    ANALYSIS: Who benefits from ending special immigration treatment for Cubans?

    Trump could have a hard time undoing Obama's engagement policy with Cuba after end of 'wet foot, dry foot.'
    David C Adams
  • What happens now to Cuban migrants?
    What happens now to Cuban migrants?

    What happens now to Cuban migrants?

    After the end of the 'wet foot, dry foot' policy, Cubans arriving to the United States will have to meet the same requirements as other migrants. But they will retain one key benefit: Those who arrive with visas, even tourist visas, can become legal residents after one year and one day.
    Lorena Arroyo
  • How a group of recently arrived Cuban arrivals found out about the end of the ‘wet foot, dry foot’ policy
    How a group of recently arrived Cuban arrivals found out about the end of the ‘wet foot, dry foot’ policy

    How a group of recently arrived Cuban arrivals found out about the end of the ‘wet foot, dry foot’ policy

    The announcement to scrap the benefits came as a bucket of cold water for the Cuban migrants who just arrived in the United States. As this group waits for their papers, the uncertainty grows on whether they will ever be reunited with the relatives they left on the island.
    Luis Velarde
  • The Cubans who left it too late: stranded on the island or stuck en route
    The Cubans who left it too late: stranded on the island or stuck en route

    The Cubans who left it too late: stranded on the island or stuck en route

    In Cuba, some sold everything to fund their journey to the United States, only to find themselves locked out after repeal of the so-called 'wet-foot, dry-foot policy' that once guaranteed legal permanent residency to any Cuban reaching U.S. soil. It's the latest chapter in the painful Cuban migration saga.
    Abraham Jiménez Enoa
  • Poll: support for embargo on Cuba increases among Cuban Americans in Miami
    Poll: support for embargo on Cuba increases among Cuban Americans in Miami

    Poll: support for embargo on Cuba increases among Cuban Americans in Miami

    The partial failure of Obama’s opening with Cuba seems to have hardened Cuban Americans, with an increase in support for the U.S. embargo, according to a new poll by Florida International University (FIU).
  • More than 37,000 Cubans face deportation, but they don't seem too worried
    More than 37,000 Cubans face deportation, but they don't seem too worried

    More than 37,000 Cubans face deportation, but they don't seem too worried

    Most of them ended up on the deportation list because they broke the law. Unlike most immigrants they don't expect ICE to come looking for them. Experts explain why.
    Maria Alesia Sosa
  • U.S. refugee resettlement offices close as flow of arrivals dries up under Trump
    U.S. refugee resettlement offices close as flow of arrivals dries up under Trump

    U.S. refugee resettlement offices close as flow of arrivals dries up under Trump

    This year barely 20,000 refugees are expected to be allowed into the U.S., compared to more than 100,000 in past years. As a result, the Trump administration is cutting funding to non-profit groups who help resettle them.
    David C Adams
  • A poet's perspective: Cuba, Trump and democracy
    A poet's perspective: Cuba, Trump and democracy

    A poet's perspective: Cuba, Trump and democracy

    Obama's inaugural poet, Richard Blanco, reflects on last week's dramatic shift in U.S. policy towards Cuban immigrants, as well as Donald Trump and democracy.
    David C Adams
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