Cuba’s Next Flood Of Immigrants Arrives

January 2016
Investors Business Daily;1/26/2015, p1
The author reflects on various aspects related to the status of immigrants in Cuba. Among the topics discussed include the restriction by the government on acceptance of migrants in the state, the role of U.S. President Barack Obama for the immigration laws, and the legal status of Cuban immigrants.


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