Immigration attorney Virlenys H. Palma Democracy Movement leader Ramón Saúl Sánchez hold a press conference outside of the Federal Courthouse in downtown Miami. Attorneys filed an emergency motion seeking clarification on whether 21 Cuban migrants who climbed a lighthouse in the Florida Key are eligible for entry to the United States under a policy known as wet foot/dry foot.
Immigration attorney Virlenys H. Palma Democracy Movement leader Ramón Saúl Sánchez hold a press conference outside of the Federal Courthouse in downtown Miami. Attorneys filed an emergency motion seeking clarification on whether 21 Cuban migrants who climbed a lighthouse in the Florida Key are eligible for entry to the United States under a policy known as wet foot/dry foot. Logan Riely Miami Herald/
Immigration attorney Virlenys H. Palma Democracy Movement leader Ramón Saúl Sánchez hold a press conference outside of the Federal Courthouse in downtown Miami. Attorneys filed an emergency motion seeking clarification on whether 21 Cuban migrants who climbed a lighthouse in the Florida Key are eligible for entry to the United States under a policy known as wet foot/dry foot. Logan Riely Miami Herald/

Court to decide whether Cubans on lighthouse in Florida Keys had ‘dry feet’

May 24, 2016 07:25 PM

UPDATED May 24, 2016 07:37 PM

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