The Biden administration announced that it will resume immigrant visa processing in Havana, Cuba to discourage illegal immigration from that country. A record number of Cubans are fleeing to the United States though the Mexico border in the last few years.
A State Department Official stated, “These efforts are a key step to meet the U.S. commitment under the U.S.-Cuba Migration Accords to ensure that total legal migration to the United States from Cuba will be a minimum of 20,000 Cubans each year, not including immediate relatives of U.S. citizens,”.
For more information, please read the CBS News Article, “U.S. to restart immigrant visa processing in Cuba in 2023 to discourage illegal migration”!
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CBS News (CBSNews.com), 9/21/22, News Article:
U.S. to restart immigrant visa processing in Cuba in 2023 to discourage illegal migration