A man applying for a U.S. visa holds his U.S. Department of State forms and Cuban passport as he waits in line outside the U.S. diplomatic mission in Havana.
A man applying for a U.S. visa holds his U.S. Department of State forms and Cuban passport as he waits in line outside the U.S. diplomatic mission in Havana. Desmond Boylan AP
A man applying for a U.S. visa holds his U.S. Department of State forms and Cuban passport as he waits in line outside the U.S. diplomatic mission in Havana. Desmond Boylan AP

Cuba policy on Cuban-American travel to the island has political and economic tentacles

October 30, 2017 07:28 PM

UPDATED October 30, 2017 07:41 PM

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