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Cubans Resident in Cuba Can Enter With An Expired Passport and Without Extension

Nov 16 , 2020

PLEASE NOTE This information was published on Monday, November 16 at 5:10 PM.

ALL CUBANS, whether repatriated or resident in Cuba, CAN ENTER CUBA with an expired passport or with a passport without an extension.

All Cubans who are EMIGRATES are required to hold a valid passport. This new provision only applies to residents of Cuba.

Please note that Opapeleo offers you the option to complete your procedures online at: https://tramites.opapeleo.com

We are located just around the corner from the consulate in Washington DC and our call centre at 202-800-4141 we are open 7 days a week from 8AM to 8PM (Sunday until 2 PM)

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