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Watch out for fake Cuban birth certificates and how to get real ones

Posted in Cuban Americans > Cuban Americans

Original title of the article below is “Scammers to be sentenced for selling fake Cuban birth certificates to people seeking U.S. residency” by Alfonso Chardy of El Nuevo Herald. Our sister site CubaCityHall.com is a Cuban birth certificate and document retrieval service that has been legitimately… Read More

Commitment to Freedom letter by Cuban American business executives

Posted in Cuban Americans > Cuban Americans

Rob Sequin | Havana Journal I found this to be an interested letter signed by some very successful business people but I have to wonder, who wrote it and who organized its creation and/or circulated the letter for signature. The letter is powerful but one has to wonder about its origin in order to… Read More

Change of heart for Carlos Saladrigas… and Miami?

Posted in Cuban Americans > Cuban Americans

(Original title: Former hard-line exiles return to Cuba to talk) By William Booth, Washington Post The setting was historic. The looming 18th-century Seminary of San Carlos in Old Havana. The attendance remarkable. A hall packed with professors, dissidents, clergy, bloggers, leftists, diplomats. The… Read More

Havana Journal Launches Proprietary Cuban Document Retrieval Service

Posted in Cuban Americans > Cuban Americans

Havana Journal Inc, a Massachusetts based media network, has announced it is now offering a proprietary Cuban document retrieval service that can obtain hard-to-find Cuban birth certificates, Cuban death certificates, Cuban marriage certificates and other documents directly from Cuba. This service from… Read More

Cuban Fellowship at James Madison Memorial Fellowship Foundation

Posted in Cuban Americans > Cuban Americans

Call for Nominations and Applications for Cuban Fellows for the James Madison Memorial Fellowship Foundation 2011 Summer Institute on the Constitution Meridian Exchanges is pleased to offer this call for nominations for, and applications from, qualified Cuban fellows for the 2011 Summer Institute on… Read More

Miami Judge Peter Adrien makes shameful award to Gustavo Villoldo

Posted in Cuban Americans > Cuban Americans

By CURT ANDERSON | AP A Miami judge has awarded more than $1 billion in damages to a Cuban-American who was involved in the 1967 capture and killing of revolutionary Ernesto “Che” Guevara. Miami-Dade Circuit Judge Peter Adrien said Friday he was sending a signal to the Cuban government. Such… Read More

Miami Dade’s Vamos a Cuba “book burning” case costs $250,000 so far

Posted in Cuban Americans > Cuban Americans

By Rocco Staino | School Library Journal Vamos a Cuba (Heinemann, 2001), a controversial book by Alta Schreier that paints a rosy picture of life in the communist country, can be removed from Miami-Dade County school libraries, ruled a panel of judges on the 11th U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals. The ruling… Read More

Cuban American National Foundation to send $250,000 to Cuban people for aid

Posted in Cuban Americans > Cuban Americans

EFE Ingles Via Acquire Media NewsEdge A major Cuban-exile organization announced here Wednesday a plan to help people on the communist-ruled island recover from the devastation wrought by Hurricanes Gustav and Ike. The Cuban American National Foundation presented the initiative at a press conference… Read More

Solita and the Purple Moon or Solita y la Luna Morada

Posted in Cuban Americans > Cuban Americans

Solita and the Purple Moon/Solita y la Luna Morada is a new bilingual (English and Spanish) children’s picture book written by Miriam Isabel Elliott, a Cuban American from New Jersey. The book has received 5 Stars by Midwest Book Review and is becoming very popular in the United States and… Read More

Cuban Americans charged for human trafficking for Cuba Miami run

Posted in Cuban Americans > Cuban Americans

(original title: High-speed escape) | Economist Greater optimism at home has not stopped the exodus to the United States WITH Fidel Castro formally out of office and some signs of greater optimism among Cuba’s citizens about the possibility of social and economic change, you might expect fewer… Read More

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