Cuban Alvaro Moreno is reunited with relatives, including Maria Eugenia Fernandez, in Hialeah Saturday after arriving in a van from Texas after crossing the border with Mexico on Jan. 12. He was one of the last Cubans awarded parole into the U.S. because he arrived hours before the end of the ‘wet foot, dry foot’ policy on Thursday.
Cuban Alvaro Moreno is reunited with relatives, including Maria Eugenia Fernandez, in Hialeah Saturday after arriving in a van from Texas after crossing the border with Mexico on Jan. 12. He was one of the last Cubans awarded parole into the U.S. because he arrived hours before the end of the ‘wet foot, dry foot’ policy on Thursday. PEDRO PORTAL EL Nuevo Herald
Cuban Alvaro Moreno is reunited with relatives, including Maria Eugenia Fernandez, in Hialeah Saturday after arriving in a van from Texas after crossing the border with Mexico on Jan. 12. He was one of the last Cubans awarded parole into the U.S. because he arrived hours before the end of the ‘wet foot, dry foot’ policy on Thursday. PEDRO PORTAL EL Nuevo Herald

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