Elisabet Casero, a Cuban dentist, abandoned her medical mission in Venezuela but missed a deadline to apply for a “medical parole” to the United States. Now she’s stuck in Colombia facing an uncertain future.
Elisabet Casero, a Cuban dentist, abandoned her medical mission in Venezuela but missed a deadline to apply for a “medical parole” to the United States. Now she’s stuck in Colombia facing an uncertain future. Jim Wyss jwyss@MiamiHerald.com
Elisabet Casero, a Cuban dentist, abandoned her medical mission in Venezuela but missed a deadline to apply for a “medical parole” to the United States. Now she’s stuck in Colombia facing an uncertain future. Jim Wyss jwyss@MiamiHerald.com

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