Biden Administration to Announce Important Changes in Cuba Policy

Biden Administration to Announce Important Changes in Cuba Policy

Among the topics to be announced are the reopening of the Cuban Family Reunification Program and the relaxation of people-to-people travel that was suspended under the administration of President Donald Trump.

The administration of President Joe Biden will announce this Monday important changes in the policy towards Cuba , such as the opening of trips to the provinces and the end of the limit on remittances, according to three sources in the administration who asked not to be identified because they did not have permission to speak on the subject.
Among the topics to be announced are the reopening of the Cuban Family Reunification Program and the relaxation of people-to-people travel that was suspended under the administration of President Donald Trump.

During his campaign, then-candidate Joe Biden had promised to review Cuba policy and remove a series of sanctions from his predecessor Donald Trump.
The officials also indicated that the consular capacity of the United States Embassy in Havana, which began processing family reunification visas in May, would be increased.

According to sources from América Noticias, these would be the approved points

  1. Opening of the Embassy to process the 20,000 visas before the end of the year and start processing another 100,000 backlogs
  2. Expanded professional and educational trips, as well as group trips.
  3. Expansion of travel to the US with a multiple entry visa
  4. Restoration of flights to the provinces
  5. Elimination of the $1,000 remittance cap.

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