Member Comments

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On May 27, 2009, John McAuliff wrote:

Did anyone ask whether it is true that OFAC never went after individual Cuban Americans who traveled without a license during the harsh Bush years (even when they had the list of persons who made use of fraudulent religious licenses)?  Is it true as lawyers report that no violation letters have been sent to any Americans for the past year or two?

Did they say anything about what was happening to alleged Cuba travel violators who ask for a hearing?  Lawyers report that the process has ground to a halt and that at least two of the three seconded administrative court judges resigned or were transferred back to their real jobs.

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On May 27, 2009, publisher wrote:

Interesting questions.

I doubt OFAC enforcement on Cuba issues is at the top of their “to do” list anymore.

Sure, everything is still on the pile and can be addressed at any time but Obama probably gave OFAC back door orders to lay off on Cuba issues and focus more on Iran and Sudan like they should be doing.

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On February 05, 2011, publisher wrote:

We updated the OFAC Cuba sanctions page with more information about US Cuba trade and travel restrictions at CubaLegalServices.com