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Is the Wet-Foot/Dry-Foot Policy Still in Effect?
Is the Wet-Foot/Dry-Foot Policy Still in Effect?

For decades, Cuban nationals received special treatment when they arrived on U.S. soil, even when they risked their lives traveling to the U.S. on a tiny boat on the ocean. For many years, DHS and the former organization called the Immigration and Naturalization Service ...

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