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Obama says new ties with Cuba made 'wet-foot, dry-foot' policy obsolete

WASHINGTON (Reuters) - President Barack Obama said on Wednesday he decided to eliminate the so-called "wet-foot, dry-foot" policy for Cuban immigrants because it no longer made since given growing U.S...
Reuters India Also reported by •Reuters

End To 'Wet Feet, Dry Feet' Is Good For Communist Cuba, Bad For Freedom

President Obama just ended a decades old policy that allowed escapees from Communist Cuba to enter the United States without a visa. Known as “wet feet, dry feet,” it allowed Cubans who showed up..
Huffington Post

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News video: Shelters in Mexico Helps Many Cubans Policy Change

Shelters in Mexico Helps Many Cubans Policy Change

The “wet foot, dry foot” policy was done away with last week affecting Cuban nationals.
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News video: Confusion Rises South of Border Amid Cuban Policy Repeal

Confusion Rises South of Border Amid Cuban Policy Repeal

Cuban nationals will no longer be protected under the “wet-foot, dry-foot” policy when entering the U.S.
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News video: Cuban Family Separated After US Government Repeals Policy

Cuban Family Separated After US Government Repeals Policy

He said he won’t leave the Hidalgo port of entry until he’s reunited with his wife and daughter.
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News video: Cubans Trapped In Panama Hoping For A Way In

Cubans Trapped In Panama Hoping For A Way In 02:09

CBS Miami’s Rick Folbaum reports.
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News video: Family Grateful Cuban Migrant Cleared To Enter U.S. After Long Wait

Family Grateful Cuban Migrant Cleared To Enter U.S. After Long Wait 03:14

CBS Miami’s Hank Tester reports.
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Cubans Bemoan End of 'Wet Foot, Dry Foot' Immigration Policy

In a hotel room in suburban Miami, Luis Alberto Rodriguez wept when he heard that a government policy granting residency to Cubans who arrive on U.S. soil was ending. That means it could take two years..
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