Recently, President Obama made headlines not only for his farewell address but also his decision to end the “wet foot dry foot” policy. This policy stated that anyone fleeing from Cuba and entering the United States that made it to shore would be allowed to pursue residency and apply for a green card a year after they arrived. This policy came about as a result of negotiations with the island nation of Cuba and in exchange, they agreed to accept Cubans with deportation orders.
With South Florida’s rich population of Cubans, this decision to end the “wet foot dry foot” policy will have a significant effect, and we at Hochman & Goldin, P.A. are concerned about how this will affect our many esteemed clients, their loved ones, and close friends. We know that clients may have a multitude of questions as to how these changes will affect them, and we encourage clients to contact a reputable immigration law firm to provide professional answers. Contact us and we may able to refer to you one.
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