Immigration parole program: Cuban mother dreams of family reunion in Miami-Dade
Odamyis Gomez, a married mother of two in Cuba, said she dreams of a family reunion in Miami-Dade County, and she had put her hope on President Joe Biden’s parole program. But in January, a group of 20 states challenged the case-by-case basis program to help Cubans, Haitians, Nicaraguans, and Venezuelans.
Cuban exile Ramón Saúl Sánchez appears in court on immigration case over militant past
Ramón Saúl Sánchez was 12 years old when his family in Cuba sent him to the United States, and he was 15 when he joined a Miami-based paramilitary organization formed by Cuban exiles to fight Communism, and he went on to engage in decades of non-violent resistance.
Elián González 2 decades on: From a focus of international tug-of-war to a member of Cuba’s congress
Elián González has the same big, expressive eyes he did 23 years ago when an international custody battle transformed him into the face of the long-strained relations between Cuba and the United States.