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Two Cubans who had been ordered deported return to the U.S. by sea

In this file photo, Coast Guard Cutter Paul Clark interdicted a chug with 11 Cuban migrants east of Delray Beach.
In this file photo, Coast Guard Cutter Paul Clark interdicted a chug with 11 Cuban migrants east of Delray Beach. Courtesy

It is common for immigration agents to encounter undocumented immigrants who have returned to the United States after being previously deported.

What is not common is for the agents to find Cuban immigrants who have received final orders of deportation to return from Cuba among newly-arrived groups of island rafters.

But that's what happened recently in South Florida where U.S. agents discovered two Cubans who had previously lived in the United States, received deportation orders from immigration judges because of criminal convictions and then returned to Cuba on their own.

Read more at InCubaToday.

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