Cuba Resumes In-Person Consular Services in the United States

Cuba Resumes In-Person Consular Services in the United States

According to Information Note no. 1/2024 published on the corresponding official sites, the Cuban Consular Office in the United States has announced the resumption of in-person services. The note from the Cuban Foreign Ministry highlights that the reinstatement of consular operations will start from next Monday, March 4th of this year, and the opening hours

Upcoming ETECSA International Recharge Promotion

Upcoming ETECSA International Recharge Promotion march

March has not yet begun and ETECSA has already launched a new international recharge offer for that month with several offers that will surely be of your interest. ETECSA’s New International Recharge Offer The promotion will be valid from March 4th and will extend until the 31st, the last day of that month. Promotion Details

Cuban Immigration in Hialeah Affects City Operations: Here’s What the Local Government Says

Cuban Immigration in Hialeah Affects City Operations Here's What the Local Government Says

The number of Cuban immigrants in the city of Hialeah affects the orderly operation of the city, local authorities indicated. About 80,000 Cubans entered that part of the United States in the last two years, according to reports recently presented at the City Hall of the city. In that context, Esteban Bovo Jr, mayor of

Inefficiency and Corruption Shake the Agricultural Pillars of Cuba: The Ministry of Agriculture Takes Measures

Inefficiency and Corruption Shake the Agricultural Pillars of Cuba The Ministry of Agriculture Takes Measures

Other events of corruption and crime have been acknowledged in Cuba, this time regarding two of the most important agricultural indicators of the nation. In line with the auditing process in all economic spheres in Cuba, the special municipality of Isla de la Juventud reviews the compliance of local producers’ cow milk delivery to the

Viñales as a Global Geopark: UNESCO Positively Values This Possibility

Viñales as a Global Geopark UNESCO Positively Values This Possibility

International authorities have made positive assessments about a site located in the western area of Cuba. The news has been spread by several official sources who reported on the possibility of the Viñales park located in the Cuban province of Pinar del Río being declared a Global Geopark. The condition is endorsed by experts from

New Rates for Immigration Procedures in Effect in the United States

New Rates for Immigration Procedures in Effect in the United States

Recently, the United States Citizenship and Immigration Services (USCIS) indicated the implementation of new fees for immigration procedures in the country. Information about these variations in payments had already been announced at the beginning of 2024 by USCIS, as part of an adjustment to the current and complex economic situation the country is facing. It

Cuba Imposes Up to 22 Years in Prison on State Workers: This is What Happened

Cuba Imposes Up to 22 Years in Prison on State Workers This is What Happened

Cuba admitted a high level of administrative corruption in its state entities by imposing up to 22 years in prison on a significant number of accused individuals. The figure, according to official sources, reached 203 workers who received sentences ranging from two to 22 years of imprisonment. Types of Crimes and Sentences Embezzlement, bribery, forgery

Cuban Ministry of Foreign Affairs Speaks Out on Alleged Death of Cuban Doctors

Cuban Ministry of Foreign Affairs Speaks Out on Alleged Death of Cuban Doctors

On February 19th, Esteban Lazo Hernández, President of the National Assembly of People’s Power and the Council of State of Cuba, left for the Republic of Kenya as a Special Envoy to clarify details about the news spread regarding the Cuban doctors Assel Herrera Correa and Landy Rodríguez. Lazo’s Mission for Clarification Lazo seeks “cooperation

Daylight Saving Time in the United States: See When It Will Be and Where There Will Be Changes

Daylight Saving Time in the United States See When It Will Be and Where There Will Be Changes

The United States recently announced the date for implementing the time change and which places will follow different instructions. Daylight Saving Time (DST) Overview According to what is established in the country, it corresponds to Daylight Saving Time (DST), which marks the beginning of summer and extends the presence of sunlight during the day. This

Are You Cuban and Looking for a 5-Year Visa to the United States? See What You Can Do to Get It Now

Are You Cuban and Looking for a 5-Year Visa to the United States See What You Can Do to Get It Now

If you are a Cuban citizen and your immediate goal is to obtain approval for a 5-year visa to the United States, this could be your chance to achieve it. It is a procedure that many Cubans desire, but there are certain conditions imposed that you must be aware of. Visa Application Conditions For example,

A Di Tú in Texas: Check Out This New Proposal from Cubans in the United States

A Di Tú in Texas Check Out This New Proposal from Cubans in the United States

According to recent social media posts, a Di Tú, a Cuban-style gastronomic site, has been opened by island residents in the state of Texas. A Unique Proposal in Houston It is a small establishment inaugurated in Houston where Cuban entrepreneurs emigrated push forward with a unique proposal. Key Aspects of Di Tú Several aspects attract

Up to $500 Dollars in Aid in this State of the United States: Last Days to Apply

Up to $500 Dollars in Aid in this State of the United States Last Days to Apply

A state in the United States is providing financial assistance of up to $500 dollars for heating payments, official publications indicate. Connecticut’s Heating Assistance Program The initiative is undertaken in Connecticut and is led by Operation Fuel, also with partial funding from the state government, with which direct payments of that amount will be issued