The children of Cubans living abroad will be able to apply for and obtain Cuban citizenship starting this week, without the need to live on the island for any length of time. In this June 12, 2016 photo, Cuban American Miranda Hernandez, center, talks with other youth who traveled with CubaOne program in Havana, Cuba.
The children of Cubans living abroad will be able to apply for and obtain Cuban citizenship starting this week, without the need to live on the island for any length of time. In this June 12, 2016 photo, Cuban American Miranda Hernandez, center, talks with other youth who traveled with CubaOne program in Havana, Cuba. Ramon Espinosa AP
The children of Cubans living abroad will be able to apply for and obtain Cuban citizenship starting this week, without the need to live on the island for any length of time. In this June 12, 2016 photo, Cuban American Miranda Hernandez, center, talks with other youth who traveled with CubaOne program in Havana, Cuba. Ramon Espinosa AP

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