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No change for now in Cuba migration policy: US

A man watches a report on TV announcing the re-establishment of full diplomatic ties between Cuba and US, in Havana on July 1, 2015Washington has no current plans to modify its Cuban migration rules after the Cold War foes announced the re-establishment of diplomatic ties from July 20, officials said Monday. A 1966 law gives the US attorney general the discretion to offer any citizen of Cuba admission and permanent residence in the US after spending one year in the country, with no yearly quota on immigrants. “The administration has no plans to alter current migration policy, including the Cuban Adjustment Act,” the State Department said in a statement.

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