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Wall Street Journal: More Cubans migrate to the U.S.

Cuban migrants are flocking to the U.S., a trend experts attribute to fears that changing relations between the two countries could end America’s policy that permits residents of the island nation who reach the U.S. to remain here permanently.

Dr. Paolo Spadoni, a Cuba expert and assistant professor in the Department of Political Science at Georgia Regents University, was quoted in a Sept. 20 article in the Wall Street Journal on the subject.

“There is sense of urgency to beat any change in U.S. immigration policy toward Cuba,” he said.

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