Varias personas caminan por el Malecón de la Habana, Cuba. El Gobierno cubano se comprometió a recibir a todos sus nacionales deportados por tratar de entrar ilegalmente a Estados Unidos, después de que ese país derogara hoy la política pies secos/pies mojados, que desde 1995 otorgaba un trato migratorio preferencial a los cubanos. / People walk along Havana’s Malecón. The Cuban government will take in its nationals who have been deported while trying to enter the U.S. illegally after the Obama administration ended the “dry feet/wet feet” policy.
Varias personas caminan por el Malecón de la Habana, Cuba. El Gobierno cubano se comprometió a recibir a todos sus nacionales deportados por tratar de entrar ilegalmente a Estados Unidos, después de que ese país derogara hoy la política pies secos/pies mojados, que desde 1995 otorgaba un trato migratorio preferencial a los cubanos. / People walk along Havana’s Malecón. The Cuban government will take in its nationals who have been deported while trying to enter the U.S. illegally after the Obama administration ended the “dry feet/wet feet” policy. ERNESTO MASTRACUSA Agencia EFE
Varias personas caminan por el Malecón de la Habana, Cuba. El Gobierno cubano se comprometió a recibir a todos sus nacionales deportados por tratar de entrar ilegalmente a Estados Unidos, después de que ese país derogara hoy la política pies secos/pies mojados, que desde 1995 otorgaba un trato migratorio preferencial a los cubanos. / People walk along Havana’s Malecón. The Cuban government will take in its nationals who have been deported while trying to enter the U.S. illegally after the Obama administration ended the “dry feet/wet feet” policy. ERNESTO MASTRACUSA Agencia EFE

EE.UU. pone fin a la política de ‘pies secos/pies mojados’ para cubanos (English version below)

January 12, 2017 04:28 PM

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