MIAMI (Reuters) - All Ana Soto had to do to gain entry to the United States at the Texas-Mexico border in 2008 was show her Cuban identity card and birth certificate. Soto has since brought her husband from Cuba, reunited with her parents in Miami and got an accounting job - building a dream life thanks to one of the most generous U.S. immigration laws: the 1966 Cuban Adjustment Act.

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2/28/13 Payá's relatives: Spanish politician told us his deadly car crash wasn't an accident
2/25/13 Cuba's Diaz-Canel Rose Gradually to No. 2 Post
Associated Press
2/24/13 Cuba begins transition to a new generation of leaders
2/23/13 Yoani Sanchez to be awarded FIU Medallion of Courage
Fox News Latino
2/22/13 Will Cuba Remain On The State Sponsors Of Terrorism List?
The Huffington Post
2/22/13 Russia leases planes to Cuba, writes off Soviet debt
Sun Sentinel
2/22/13 Obama urged to take lead on easing Cuba policy
Washington Times
2/21/13 Chavez still faces respiratory problems as cancer treatment continues International
2/21/13 Yoani Sanchez may be a dissident in Cuba, but she agrees U.S. embargo must go
2/21/13 Yoani Sánchez's right to speak her mind
2/21/13 Cuba lets borrowers use gems, autos as collateral
Bloomberg Businessweek
2/21/13 Yoani Sánchez solicita mayor firmeza de Brasil sobre Cuba
El Universal
2/21/13 Cuba not a terrorist state, US officials say
Boston Globe
2/20/13 Delegation leaves Cuba without winning release of American contractor International
2/20/13 Alan Gross: US Lawmakers Leave Cuba Without Jailed American
Fox News Latino
2/20/13 Obama Can Bend Cuba Embargo to Help Open Economy, Groups Say
Bloomberg Businessweek
2/20/13 CSG Calls on the U.S. Government to De-Codify the Cuban Embargo and Expand the Free Flow of Resources and Information to the Cuban People Files
Cuba Study Group
2/18/13 Cuban blogger Yoani Sanchez heckled by pro-Castro protesters in Brazil
2/18/13 US lawmakers visit Cuba
Bloomberg Businessweek
2/18/13 U.S. lawmakers in Cuba to see Raul Castro, jailed contractor Gross
Reuters Politics & Political News
2/18/13 Cuba's President Raul Castro term limit to mark end of Castro era
2/18/13 Cuban dissident blogger Yoani arrives in Brazil
Bloomberg Businessweek
2/18/13 Cuban dissident blogger Yoani arrives in Brazil, key test of new travel law
The Washington Post
2/18/13 President Chavez returns to Venezuela from Cuba
2/17/13 Cuba has outsized role in Venezuela as Chavez fights cancer
The Washington Post
2/16/13 Dreams from an American-born Cuban
2/16/13 USS Maine Monument Restored in Havana
Fox News Latino
2/15/13 Rethinking the Cuba perk
Chicago Tribune
2/15/13 US, Cuban wrestlers see eye-to-eye: against decision to drop sport from 2020 Olympic Games
The Washington Post
2/15/13 Cuba Restores USS Maine Monument
The Huffington Post
2/14/13 Homestead-Miami Speedway loses court battle over cancelation of Cuban music festival
2/14/13 Cuban's Fix Cars With Parts Relatives Bring From Miami
Associated Press
2/13/13 Che Guevara Art Pulled From Miami's Hotel W After Complaints From Cuban-Americans
The Huffington Post
2/13/13 Cuban cars get spruced up with help from Fla. shop
2/13/13 Before the Waves, the Hurdles
The New York Times
2/12/13 Cuba's Fidel Castro Laments the Difficulties of Growing Older
Bloomberg Businessweek
2/12/13 Cuba tones down Castro's positive words on Chavez health
Reuters News
2/11/13 Pope Benedict's Resignation Could Open Door to Latin American Pontiff
Fox News Latino
2/11/13 Médicos cubanos operaron de la vista a más de 600,000 bolivianos
El Nuevo Herald
2/10/13 News Channel Gives Cubans a Different Take on the World
Fox News Latino
2/10/13 U.S. trains for mass migration in Caribbean security drill
Sun Sentinel
2/9/13 Semejanzas y diferencias en manejo de enfermedades de Fidel Castro y Hugo Chávez
El Nuevo Herald
2/8/13 Berta Soler, Leader Of Cuban Dissident Group 'Ladies In White,' Receives Passport To Travel
The Huffington Post
2/8/13 Cuban perks under scrutiny in U.S. immigration reform
Reuters News
2/8/13 U.S. government report says America's Cuba democracy programs have improved
2/8/13 Current Record
2/7/13 Lessons in Socialism: How Cuba Can Become Relevant Again
2/6/13 Flights to Cuba cut back for lack of demand
2/6/13 In Cuba's "People's Democracy" 612 Candidates for 612 Seats Guarantees No Surprises
Yoani Sanchez - The Huffington Post
2/3/13 Fidel Castro votes, chats in Cuban election
Reuters World News
2/2/13 Cuba's 'Havana Libre' Hotel Tackled by French 'Spider-man'
Fox News Latino
2/1/13 Cuba, US spar over blame for poor ties
Bloomberg Businessweek
2/1/13 Cuba criticizes President Obama, says island is changing while US policy is not
The Washington Post