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Cuban Americans who have desired to travel to Cuba were restricted except for visits to spouses, children or parents and these visits were restricted to only once in 3 years and only for 14 days. Only $50 per day was permitted to be spent. Humanitarian visas were never authorized.On March 11, 2009 President Obama signed a new law, easing these travel restrictions. Now visits to aunts and uncles and cousins are possible as well as spouses, parents and children once now for every year for an unlimited time. Travelers to Cuba from America may spend up to $179 per day under this new regulation. Humanitarian visas may also be applied for such as a visit to a close friend in the hospital.
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