US cancel visa interviews in Havana and not return money

US cancel visa interviews in Havana and not return moneyHAVANA, Oct. 5  The US embassy in Havana will cancel all pending visa interviews and will not refund the money.

According to El Nuevo Herald, Cubans who want to obtain a visa to travel to the United States will have to apply personally to the consulate or US embassy of a third country. This decision includes those who already had the paperwork on the way.

This is a measure already applied in the US diplomatic sites of Russia, Iran or Venezuela, where the government of Donald Trump has reduced its personnel.

Despite this information, on the Facebook wall of the US embassy in Cuba, they warn in a note posted two hours ago that “immigrant visa applicants and Parole must remain vigilant to be published more information about it.”

The change in diplomatic relations between Cuba and the United States after the expulsion of 15 Cuban diplomats from Washington, the withdrawal of 60% of US personnel from the US embassy in Havana.

The US warning not to travel to the island because it is not a safe place and the cancellation of interviews to apply for a visa at the diplomatic headquarters located in front of the Malecon have left long queues and much concern among Cubans who hoped to travel this year to the United States.

On September 29, the US State Department ordered the departure of non-essential personnel assigned to the US embassy in Havana. Officials who stay on the island will only attend emergency cases.
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