The 1995 revision of the Cuban Adjustment Act of 1966
The 1995 revision of the Cuban Adjustment Act of 1966 should be repealed so that Cuban immigrants are treated the same as other immigrants from Caribbean nations regarding achieving legal status in the United States
discuss the following:
1.) A SHORT discussion of the history of the United States Cuban immigration relations from 1959 through the 1995 revision of the Cuban Readjustment Act of 1966.
2.) How the Cuban Revolution caused an immigration limbo for those in the United States.
3.) Discussion of the Cuban Adjustment Act of 1966
4.) Discussion of everything that led to the reasoning behind the revision in 1994
5.) Describe in detail the 1994 revisions to the law was and discuss about all the other objectives in addition to the "wet foot/dry foot" provision
6.) Describe the state of the law today, include the emergence of “dusty foot”.
7.) Contrast the Cuban situation with that of the United States immigration policy toward other Caribbean nations, highlighting one or two countries and the differences with Cuba
9.) Discuss the inherent unfairness
10.)Discuss the pros and cons of a change to the law that removes the wet foot/dry foot and reinstates the rule that other immigrants have to abide by and must enter through a port of entry; the removal of the rule waiver that being a public charge doesn’t make them ineligible; and the removal of the fast tracking to residency.
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