He clearly said if 'they make it here.' If they do they are not deported.<quoted text>
Cubans attempting to make it to the u.s. are turned away. You idiots don't know sht.
The United States gives migrants from Cuba special treatment that no other group of refugees or immigrants receives.
It begins with the so-called “wet-foot, dry-foot policy” that puts Cubans who reach U.S. soil on a fast track to permanent residency. The government initiated the policy in 1995 as an amendment to the1966 Cuban Adjustment Act that Congress passed when Cold War tensions ran high between the U.S. and the island nation.
Under the amendment, when a Cuban migrant is apprehended in the water between the two countries, he is considered to have “wet feet” and is sent back home. A Cuban who makes it to the U.S. shore, however, can “dry feet” and can qualify for legal permanent resident status and U.S. citizenship.