Politics & Government

December 12, 2010

New rules would limit U.S. aid to new Cuban immigrants

A change in the way that some Cubans' applications for U.S. entry are handled could deny them a broad range of benefits when they arrive in the United States, according to Florida officials. The shift would deny those Cubans the right to health screenings and immunizations, Medicaid and Refugee Medical Assistance as well as employment services, English language and vocational training and help with child care.

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