Travel To Cuba: What You Should Know
Throughout the years, the relationship between the United States and Cuba has changed and fluctuated so much that it is difficult to be clear on the details. When it comes to travel from Miami, Florida, to Cuba, there are certain things that travelers should know, and having an attorney may help them avoid any problems with immigration. Attorney Ambar Diaz from Ambar Diaz, P.A., has experience and knowledge in legal issues common in Cuba and America and has law degrees from both countries.
Quick Facts About Travel To Cuba
To travel to Cuba from the United States, you must have a valid passport at the time of entry, along with two blank pages for exit and entry stamps. According to the U.S. Department of State, as of January 2020, tourist travel is prohibited. You must first obtain a license from the Department of the Treasury before authorized travel. We can help you understand what qualifies you to get that license and the best way to go about doing it.
There are no additional vaccinations required when a person travels from the United States to Cuba. When traveling, do not rely on debit cards and United States credit cards, as they may not work in Cuba. Travelers carry cash and declare any amount over $5,000. Conversions are made when exiting and entering the country.
Let Us Handle The Details
For those who have need to and are qualified for travel to Cuba, a lawyer can make sure all the details are in order. At Ambar Diaz, P.A., we work to simplify the process and encourage travel for those who have personal or business matters in Cuba. Contact us at 1-800-686-2778 or fill out our online contact form.