The number of Cubans finding their way into the US through Mexico is exploding, according to Mexican immigration records. So far this year, about 2,300 Cubans have been detained in Mexico on their way to the US.
To this day there are still more and more cuban immigrants trying to emigrate to the united states, thus time they are not going on litle rafts in the pacific ocean but instead trying to get through the United States through Mexico. in 2012 more than 2,300 cubans were detained in Mexico trying to immigrate to the United States this number was set to surpass 3,500 by december of last year.
Those cubans that reach American soil and are not deported have different migratory status than other foreign immigrants.
more than one million cubans were moved to the united states, when Fidel Castro went to power in 1959. By the end of 1960, 30,000 exiles were living in the united states in miami along with 2500 jewish people , which is one forth of the jewish population in havana cuba at that time. jewish people suffered more than cubans since they were looked down upon. they fled to cuba from nazism and communism. jewish were a huge part in history during this time, there stories take a huge part in cuba, thwey were known as "jubans".
This video gives you an insight about the jewish population that moved to Cuba to seek a new home and security. Since the early 1900's the first significant population of jewish came over, as each new group arrived the jewish community grew and develop.
Finding Mañana is a vibrant, moving memoir of one family's life in Cuba and their wrenching departure. Mirta Ojito was born in Havana and...
Mirta ojito and her family were cuban exiles that any other cuban was not so happy about fidel's regimen and the way he wanted the country to be like. Mirta's dad always dreamed and crave of moving to the land of opportunities and reunite with family and be free and have a saying in the countries decisions and be able to voice himself without being judged or put out of the community. He hated fidel's regimen and the fact that he would have to be loyal to a country that would not give him freedom or a right to speak out against what he thought was wrong. During mirta's childhood a lot of important events in history took place , such as the overthrow of the dictator fulgencio baristo. Fidel raised into power in 1959 with the help of many cubans who at the time thought that such thing would be for the good of the country not knowing that fidels plan for the country would change in little to no time. USA declared economic embargo on cuba in 1960.Jimmy carted was us president at the time of the war in cuba.May 7, 1980 mirta and her family left cuba. More than 125,000 cubans arrived in south florida in 1980 in a period of 5 months, making it the biggest exodus. Well in the 1950's the revolution in the mountains of eastern cuba was brewing and the government required the young men to contribute to the war and other wars such as the one in africa. Mirtas life was touched by this because at the time her boyfriend was called for war in africa and fight for a war that was not even theirs. Mirta and her family saw this as an outrages thing knowing that many never came back home. Being against the government and having plans about leaving cuba for the united states was againts the country and laws. In school if they knew that your parents were to move you or you thought the countries decision was wrong then you were wrong, you wouldnt be able to classified as a good student even if you had excellent grades, it also depended on what you family thought about the war and if they were loyal to the country. If they knew you wanted to abandoned the country you could loose your job and be kicked out of school as well. Many lived in fear of this. For the longest time mirta and her family were waiting for the permission from the government for them to be able to immigrate to the united states. Time and time went by and they would grow more dissapointed seeing that the day they will get those papers and their visa will not come. Finally on a afternoon a knock came on the door and it was the official telling them if they were ready, that their papers were ready and so were their visas, this was their chance to live and have a better way of life in the united states where other relatives were waiting for them
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