In search of greener pastures the Cuban nationals have made it to the American soil ever since the domineering regime. The 20 year old policy came in like an unexpected aberration not as an experiment to tighten immigration but to bring about a change in an age old policy.
Nevertheless Cuba has been an integral part of President Obama’s Legacy, the aspect to ponder upon is to be fair to all and prevent people from brain drain. This is undoubtedly not a favourable parting gift.
The yesteryear’s had scores of Cubans who managed to make it to the American soil through sea and land making them economical migrants and not considered political refugees. This has triggered the Latin-American groups that the policies implemented then were more favourable and inclining to the Cubans.
Inevitable that the days are numbered and the new law which stands as an extraordinary act of change under the outgoing president.
On the other hand, Havana is opening doors to the Cubans who are turned away from the U.S. It is indistinct how the relationships of the countries would be in the days to come.
With the law being made for consistent the so called “Wet Foot, Dry Foot” policy is solely applied to the Cuban’s who have made it across through rough seas and lofty terrains. The move is to implicate a barrier in the Cuban exodus to the U.S.