On June 4, citing the Cuban government's "destabilizing role in the Western Hemisphere" and a desire to "keep U.S. dollars out of the hands of Cuban military, intelligence, and security services," the Trump Administration issued new regulations greatly restricting the ability of Americans to travel to the island. The main changes include blocking "people-to-people" educational trips and an effective ban on cruise travel to the island. To help you comply, ASTA recently released members-only guidance on the topic, including what's changed, what hasn't changed, ways Americans can still travel to Cuba and what comes next.
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