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U.S. Offers Refuge to Cubans, Even if They’re Not From Cuba

author Published by Chris Chmielenski

The world-wide economic crunch has slammed shut ports of entry for immigrants almost everywhere, and in some places even produced offers of all-expense-paid trips home, courtesy of the migrants’ host countries.

Thanks to a recent twist on a relic of the Cold War, however, there is a welcome mat out for an expanding number of U.S.-bound migrants — so long as they can establish that they are citizens of Cuba, even if they have never set foot on the island. Joel Millman — Wall Street Journal

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