The US State Department announced Monday a series of measures it said are aimed at supporting the Cuban people, including reinstating the Cuban Family Reunification Parole Program (CFRP). acronym) and increased consular services and visa processing.
"We will make it easier for families to visit relatives in Cuba and for authorized American travelers to engage with the Cuban people, attend meetings and conduct research," spokesman Ned Price said in a statement.
The Biden administration is also lifting the $1,000 per quarter family remittance limit "and will support donation remittances to Cuban entrepreneurs, with the goal of further empowering families to support each other and for entrepreneurs to expand their businesses," Price said.
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