Is it time to end 'instant amnesty' for Cubans?

Is it time to end 'instant amnesty' for Cubans?

(One News Now, 3/2)

An immigration reform organization says Barack Obama's upcoming visit to Cuba is another reason for repealing the decades-old Cuban Adjustment Act. […] The visit, scheduled for March 21-22, will be the first to Cuba by a sitting U.S. president in 88 years. It is being viewed as another step in the Obama administration's ongoing efforts to normalize diplomatic relations with the communist island nation. […] Ira Mehlman says the president's historic visit indicates substantive political change in Cuba that should result in the repeal of outdated immigration policies like the Cuban Adjustment Act. Under that policy, Cuban nationals who set foot in the United States are allowed to remain and adjust to permanent resident status after one year. […] Mehlman says while the Obama administration has indicated it doesn't intend to change the migratory status of Cubans in the near future, Congressman Paul Gosar (R-Arizona) has introduced legislation that would repeal the Cuban Adjustment Act.”

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Jeff Small