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  • Cuban migrants stranded in Panama discuss why returning to Cuba is not a viable option

    An offer by the Panamanian government to provide multiple entry visas for Cubans who return home voluntarily and become self-employed is met with much skepticism. “Those visas that are being proposed are of no use to us because everything is illegal in Cuba,” says one migrant at a temporary shelter in Panama.

Cuban migrants stranded in Panama discuss why returning to Cuba is not a viable option

An offer by the Panamanian government to provide multiple entry visas for Cubans who return home voluntarily and become self-employed is met with much skepticism. “Those visas that are being proposed are of no use to us because everything is illegal in Cuba,” says one migrant at a temporary shelter in Panama.
Jose Iglesias jiglesias@elnuevoherald.com