The number of Cubans living abroad and seeking to return to live on the island has been on the increase since the immigration reforms of 2013.
The number of Cubans living abroad and seeking to return to live on the island has been on the increase since the immigration reforms of 2013. Desmond Boylan AP
The number of Cubans living abroad and seeking to return to live on the island has been on the increase since the immigration reforms of 2013. Desmond Boylan AP

Cuban Americans who move back to the island can lose U.S. benefits. What does the Cuban government gain?

March 14, 2018 04:58 PM