Friday, January 27, 2023

Biden Sees Pushback Towards New Immigration Policy that Restricts Illegal Border Crossings

President Biden recently announced new immigration restrictions to address one of his administration’s most politically vulnerable issues in immigration control while the nation’s focus is on the Republican disarray in the House. The restrictions will expand Biden’s authority to grant legal entry to tens of thousands of Cubans, Nicaraguans, Venezuelans, and Haitians into the country […]

Cuban Americans Disapprove of Biden, However, New Cuban Arrivals are on His Side

According to a poll released by Florida International University, most new arrivals from Cuba favor President Joe Biden’s handling of critical issues, unlike presiding Cuban residents who disagree with Biden’s performance. Guillermo Grenier, the survey’s lead investigator and a professor of sociology at FIU, thinks that “newer arrivals have a more liberal way of looking […]

Biden Says the U.S. ‘Stands Firmly’ with Cuban People Amid Protests Against Regime

Earlier this week, President Biden said that the U.S. ‘stands firmly’ with Cubans and ‘their clarion call for freedom’ after thousands of Cubans mounted the biggest protests against the communist government in decades. In a statement, Biden said; “The Cuban people are bravely asserting fundamental and universal rights. Those rights, including the right of peaceful […]

Poll finds that Latinos in Florida are divided on Trump

As President Trump’s campaign launches its “Latinos for Trump” effort, new polling shows a divided Latino community — and opposition to Trump’s reelection. The Telemundo Station Group’s 2019 Hispanic Opinion Poll found that 56% of Florida’s Latino registered voters would vote to replace Trump with a Democrat and 34% would vote to reelect the president. […]

U.S. State Department terminates 5-year tourist visa for Cubans

The U.S. State Department said Friday that it is eliminating the five-year tourist visa for Cubans, dealing a heavy blow to entrepreneurs and members of divided families, who used the visas to see relatives in the United States and buy supplies for their businesses on the island. “This affects every Cuban but especially entrepreneurs who […]