Cuban migratory crisis

Cuban migratory crisis

Maria Grazia Giammarinaro. Photo: Joaquín Hernández/Trabajadores.

Giammarinaro: “Cuba is not immune to the trafficking in persons”

UN Special Rapporteur for Human Trafficking Maria GraziaGiammarinaro recognizes the Cuban government’s will to face this scourge, but warns that the island does no escape this phenomenon. After a four-day visit to Cuba, in which she met with civil society … Continued

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Photo: Irina Dambrauskas.

Mexico specifies there is no political asylum for Cubans

The Mexican government rectified what was said only a few days ago by Enrique Rivas Cuéllar, the mayor of Nuevo Laredo: the Cubans who remain in the city bordering the United States will be able to regularize their migratory status … Continued

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Cubans in Nuevo Laredo. Photo: Irina Dambrauskas.

Cubans in Mexico will be able to apply for political asylum

The Cubans stranded in Mexico after the end of the “wet foot/dry foot” policy will be able to apply for political asylum in that nation. That was the result of a meeting between the Mexican federal and municipal authorities, in … Continued

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Cubans in Nuevo Laredo. Photo: Irina Dambrauskas.

Miami is a dream in images

They sold everything, from their camera to their house. There isn’t even enough money left to buy a cell phone that takes good pictures. When they tried to see each other through a video call they ran into the technological … Continued

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Photo: La Nación

U.S. starts deportation of “inadmissible” Cubans

The United States has started returning, through charter flights, Cubans who illegally arrived in its territory after the elimination of the “wet foot/dry foot” policy. Up to now the persons who have been expelled were two women, who arrived in … Continued

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The imaginary dividing line between the United States and Latin America. The first thing you see on the north side is someone looking through the garbage. On the south side, a beggar. Photo: Irina Dambrauskas.

Cubans on the border: nine last minute headlines

There are already more than 500 Cubans stranded in the city of Nuevo Laredo, the border between Mexico and the United States. Every minute that goes by the uncertainty increases their anxiety. OnCuba has sent correspondents to the place and … Continued

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Cuban doctors protesting in Bogotá, Colombia, in 2015, demanded a reply to their visa applications. Photo: EFE.

Cuban doctors stranded in Colombia to fly to U.S.

A first group of Cuban doctors stranded in Colombia after the last migration agreements between Cuba and the United States traveled to Miami on a direct flight from Bogotá. They include around 20 health professionals who had abandoned their medical … Continued

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Another stripe

Another stripe for the tiger. An additional executive order, one of those that had been planned with all the anticipation in the world, this time to produce another hard-line act: to ban the entrance into the country of refugees and … Continued

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Many made the journey through Latin America with their children. Photo: Irina Dambrauskas.

A venue of defeat

Almost all those who are in Nuevo Laredo have a visa they got in the south of Mexico to remain 20 days in the country. On January 13 Mexico gave the last safe-conduct: on February 3 the Cubans will serve … Continued

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Cuban emigrants on the border between Mexico and the United States. Photo: Irina Dambrauskas.

Obama, Trump and the Cuban emigrants

Just at the end of his presidency, Barack Obama annulled the “wet foot, dry foot” policy that facilitated the regularization of the Cubans who arrived illegally to U.S. territory. The regulation was celebrated by the island’s government and in a … Continued

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