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The US imposed an embargo on exports except for food and medicine to Cuba in 1960, and then cut off ties with Cuba in 1961. Which group of people benefited the most from the Cuban Revolution and why? the poor because they gained education, healthcare, and more equal treatment.
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All travelers to Cuba must possess a valid passport, a return ticket, travel insurance policy with medical coverage, and a visa or tourist visa. unlicensed U.S. citizens may be allowed a stay of up to 90 days upon entry. British citizens are granted 30 days upon entry. This can be extended for.
Cubans arrive in Mexico by air, through the southern land border, or by sea by means of the Yucatan Peninsula, but those who do not reach their final destination, which is the United States, stay.
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Mexico & Banderas Bay Area News. So far this year, about 2,300 Cubans have been detained in Mexico on their way to the US. The number is expected to reach 3,500 by December. This is a 400 percent jump when compared to last year, when migratory stations tallied only 762 Cubans.
Honduras, a source of thousands of immigrants to the United States each year, despite no Cuban-style special treatment, said it was waiting to see if the policy led to fewer cubans travelling. mexico’s foreign ministry had no immediate comment. Manreza said his wife, a nurse, was working in Venezuela as part of a Cuban oil-for-doctors programme.
On Friday, the Mexican government announced it would begin to regularize the status of 588 Cuban illegal aliens in Nuevo Laredo (including a grant of work permits). After the obama administration ended the "wet foot, dry foot" policy the Cubans passing through Mexico on their way to the U.S. refused to return to the island.