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If a Cuban national with US Residency was to travel to Cuba without an

OFAC license and they later received a fine from OFAC for doing so

would it have any effect on there residency or ability to apply for US

citizenship?

Thanks,

Viejo


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July 13- Security check complete and case sent to Havana

Aug 5th- Fiance receives a call from embassy

Aug 6th- Fiance picks up Packet 3 and told call for an appointment once her medical and local police report are complete.

Sep 2th- Called embassy for interview appointment

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Sep 15th- Applies for Cuban exit visa (carta blanca)

Update:Exit visa is supposed to be ready Nov 8

Nov 19th Picks up Cuban exit visa (Carta Blanca)

Nov 22 Buys plane tickets to Miami for Xmass weekend!!

Dec 24th Arrives in Miami

Feb 6th Wedding!!!!

July 19th Adjustment of Status/Biometrics interview

April 15th 2006 both wife and son receive residency

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If a Cuban national with US Residency was to travel to Cuba without an

OFAC license and they later received a fine from OFAC for doing so

would it have any effect on there residency or ability to apply for US

citizenship?

Thanks,

Viejo

Yes... you would have committed a crime... it would have an effect on your residency and your citizenship...


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zyggy doesn't know what he/she is talking about.. .

this is a very interesting question, one that should be treated seriously but should be considered.

First, violating the travel ban is not a criminal offiense (technically its a civil one) . . i am no lawyer but this could make a difference.

Second, a rumor, but i have heard before that they treat cuban americans who violate the travel ban for a family visit (say your wife's father dies) and they just go back for funeral.. technically not legal (if your wife would have travel once in the past 3 years) but..

anyway, my fiancee is cuban and as soon as she gets here and after she gets permanent resdience; we will hire a lawyer to consult us on this same quesiton that you ask. .

Anyway, to respond directly to your question, i have no idea really, consult a lawyer and if you learn anything please let us know!

also, call your congressperson and senator and argue for the end to cruel restrictions on family visits for cuban-americans (its 1 per 3 years now, it was 1 per every year until 2002; I doubt much will change until 2008).. If anything it will get worse for family visits.....and if there is an emergency in your wife's famlly down there, she may just have to take the chance.. i mean, no one could stop me from attending my own parents funeral.


Removal of conditions

11/11/08 : sent to VSC for removal of conditions for GC

11/25/08: receipt and letter of extention recevied (check cashed too).

12/12/08: Biometrics done at local office.

now the long wait for VSC

04/13/09: got 10 year green card.)

country: Cuba

I-129F, K-1

09/26/2005 Sent I-129F to VSC via USPS express mail

09/27/2005 NOA1

10/24/2005 NOA2 APPROVED!

11/02/2005 Received letter from the approved application will be forwarded to US Interest Section within one week!

11/15/2005 Fiance Picked up "superpacket" at US consuate

11/17/2005 Scheduled Medical exam

12/06/2005 Requested interview via website; Interest Section (consulate) sets interview for May 15, 2006???

12/07/2005 Medical exam

12/27/2005 Medical exam results received by fiance

02/15/2006 Still waiting for interview 3 more months

05/15/2006 interview with US interest section, approved

05/16/2006 fiancee picked up US fiancee visa!!!!!!!!

05/17/2006 Submitted correct paperwork to cuban immigration for exit permission "permiso de salir" (they say 15 days to get it)

06/10/06 Still waiting, no information

06/13/06 she recieved carta blanca!

06/15/06 She arrives via Miami!!!

07/21/06 Married

AOS/EAD

07/19/2006 Received SSN card (maiden name, now we'll have to go back and get name change)

07/31/06 Mailed AOS/EAD paperwork to Chicago Lockbox

08/11/2006 NOA1 for AOS (485) and EAD

08/26/2006 Biometrics done.

10/06/2006 EAD arrives

03/01/07 still waiting to hear something for AOS

03/19/07 : email, case sent to CSC

04/07: got it.

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viejo why don't have the person who is going get a special license from the OFAC .The OFAC does makes exemption under extreme cases

Go to one of those travel agency in Miami


Interview date for jun26-2006 _ 03/13/2006 packet-4

fiance got her VISA on 06/26/2006 1:00pm

fiance wating for carta blanca/Permiso de salida from cuban Gov 07/2006

fiance receive carta blanca or exit permit from Cuban Gov 07/31/06

I am in the process to finalize everything and book the airline ticket one way to Miami baby

Fiance arriving on 08-22-06 From HAV,CUBA ....

Fiance arrive at Mia on 08/22/06 1230pm eastern

Mailed off AOS, EAD on 09/27/2006

package delivered at 5:21 am on September 29, 2006 in chicago,IL lock box

10/25/06 apply for SSN /she should be getting one in two weeks

11/01/06 receive email status from uscis Work auth is in the mail

Received NOA1 notices for AOS, EAD on 10/10/2006

Biometrics appointment on 10/21/2006 in hialeah Gardens,Fl

10/25/06 apply for SSN / should be getting SSN in two weeks

11/01/06 receive email status fromn uscis Work auth is in the mail

11/03/06 receive SSN number/car

11/06/2006 receive EAD CARD

11/06/2006 I-485 transfer to CSC Notice mailed welcoming the new permanent resident .I485 approved

green card in the mail on 11/29/06

Receive Green card/welcome letter 12/04/06 .I am done for the moment ,Thank Go

Mail I751 removing conditions on Resident card 08/25/2008

05/07/2009 permanet resident card in the mail I-551 GREEN CARD

07/03/2009 new greencard arrive good for ten years

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Hey Ryan1

Good luck on your interview Monday!!

Toria and Salvador

zyggy doesn't know what he/she is talking about.. .

this is a very interesting question, one that should be treated seriously but should be considered.

First, violating the travel ban is not a criminal offiense (technically its a civil one) . . i am no lawyer but this could make a difference.

Second, a rumor, but i have heard before that they treat cuban americans who violate the travel ban for a family visit (say your wife's father dies) and they just go back for funeral.. technically not legal (if your wife would have travel once in the past 3 years) but..

anyway, my fiancee is cuban and as soon as she gets here and after she gets permanent resdience; we will hire a lawyer to consult us on this same quesiton that you ask. .

Anyway, to respond directly to your question, i have no idea really, consult a lawyer and if you learn anything please let us know!

also, call your congressperson and senator and argue for the end to cruel restrictions on family visits for cuban-americans (its 1 per 3 years now, it was 1 per every year until 2002; I doubt much will change until 2008).. If anything it will get worse for family visits.....and if there is an emergency in your wife's famlly down there, she may just have to take the chance.. i mean, no one could stop me from attending my own parents funeral.


Met Salvador on internet dating website Dreammates.com April 2002

We decided to meet in person Buenos Aires, Argentina August 2002

1st K1 petition approved w/ interview date March 2004

Didn't attend interview, we decided Salvador should first return to Cuba

Petitioners First Name: Toria

Beneficiaries First Name: Salvador

Visa Type: K1

Beneficiary's Country: Cuba

Service Center: VSC

Embassy: U.S. Interests Section, Havana, Cuba

Date I-129F Sent (mailed USPS Overnight) : 12/18/05

Date I-129F NOA1 (Received Date) : 12/21/05

Date I-129F NOA1 (Notice Date) : 12/29/05

Date I-129F NOA1 (Received Snail Mail) : 1/5/06

Touched! 1/4/06

I-129F RFE(s) : NONE

Date I-129F NOA2 (Approved) : 1/31/06 34 days!!

Date Package Received By NVC: 2/3/06

Date Package Left From NVC: 2/9/06

Date Received By Consulate : 2/21/06

Date Rec Instructions (Pkt 3) : 2/22/06

Date Complete Instructions (Pkt 3) : 4/28/06

Date Rec Appointment Letter (Pkt 4): 5/9/06

Interview Date : 8/8/06

Date Visa Received : 8/8/06

Date Applied for Cuban Exit Visa : 8/10/06

Date Rec Cuban Exit Visa : 2/6/07

Date of US Entry : 2/7/07

Date of Wedding : 2/8/07

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Hey Mike2,

How are you??

Toria and Salvador


Met Salvador on internet dating website Dreammates.com April 2002

We decided to meet in person Buenos Aires, Argentina August 2002

1st K1 petition approved w/ interview date March 2004

Didn't attend interview, we decided Salvador should first return to Cuba

Petitioners First Name: Toria

Beneficiaries First Name: Salvador

Visa Type: K1

Beneficiary's Country: Cuba

Service Center: VSC

Embassy: U.S. Interests Section, Havana, Cuba

Date I-129F Sent (mailed USPS Overnight) : 12/18/05

Date I-129F NOA1 (Received Date) : 12/21/05

Date I-129F NOA1 (Notice Date) : 12/29/05

Date I-129F NOA1 (Received Snail Mail) : 1/5/06

Touched! 1/4/06

I-129F RFE(s) : NONE

Date I-129F NOA2 (Approved) : 1/31/06 34 days!!

Date Package Received By NVC: 2/3/06

Date Package Left From NVC: 2/9/06

Date Received By Consulate : 2/21/06

Date Rec Instructions (Pkt 3) : 2/22/06

Date Complete Instructions (Pkt 3) : 4/28/06

Date Rec Appointment Letter (Pkt 4): 5/9/06

Interview Date : 8/8/06

Date Visa Received : 8/8/06

Date Applied for Cuban Exit Visa : 8/10/06

Date Rec Cuban Exit Visa : 2/6/07

Date of US Entry : 2/7/07

Date of Wedding : 2/8/07

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ohh Ryan , I didn't know the interview for you fiance is on Monday

best of luck, please, post after the interview with example questions

about about they ask ???

Hey Mike2,

How are you??

hey, tory I 'm good .I reply to you other post about the trip in june

Thanks


Interview date for jun26-2006 _ 03/13/2006 packet-4

fiance got her VISA on 06/26/2006 1:00pm

fiance wating for carta blanca/Permiso de salida from cuban Gov 07/2006

fiance receive carta blanca or exit permit from Cuban Gov 07/31/06

I am in the process to finalize everything and book the airline ticket one way to Miami baby

Fiance arriving on 08-22-06 From HAV,CUBA ....

Fiance arrive at Mia on 08/22/06 1230pm eastern

Mailed off AOS, EAD on 09/27/2006

package delivered at 5:21 am on September 29, 2006 in chicago,IL lock box

10/25/06 apply for SSN /she should be getting one in two weeks

11/01/06 receive email status from uscis Work auth is in the mail

Received NOA1 notices for AOS, EAD on 10/10/2006

Biometrics appointment on 10/21/2006 in hialeah Gardens,Fl

10/25/06 apply for SSN / should be getting SSN in two weeks

11/01/06 receive email status fromn uscis Work auth is in the mail

11/03/06 receive SSN number/car

11/06/2006 receive EAD CARD

11/06/2006 I-485 transfer to CSC Notice mailed welcoming the new permanent resident .I485 approved

green card in the mail on 11/29/06

Receive Green card/welcome letter 12/04/06 .I am done for the moment ,Thank Go

Mail I751 removing conditions on Resident card 08/25/2008

05/07/2009 permanet resident card in the mail I-551 GREEN CARD

07/03/2009 new greencard arrive good for ten years

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Oh Yes Ryan1,

Please post every little thing about the interview!! Thanks!!

Toria and Salvador


Met Salvador on internet dating website Dreammates.com April 2002

We decided to meet in person Buenos Aires, Argentina August 2002

1st K1 petition approved w/ interview date March 2004

Didn't attend interview, we decided Salvador should first return to Cuba

Petitioners First Name: Toria

Beneficiaries First Name: Salvador

Visa Type: K1

Beneficiary's Country: Cuba

Service Center: VSC

Embassy: U.S. Interests Section, Havana, Cuba

Date I-129F Sent (mailed USPS Overnight) : 12/18/05

Date I-129F NOA1 (Received Date) : 12/21/05

Date I-129F NOA1 (Notice Date) : 12/29/05

Date I-129F NOA1 (Received Snail Mail) : 1/5/06

Touched! 1/4/06

I-129F RFE(s) : NONE

Date I-129F NOA2 (Approved) : 1/31/06 34 days!!

Date Package Received By NVC: 2/3/06

Date Package Left From NVC: 2/9/06

Date Received By Consulate : 2/21/06

Date Rec Instructions (Pkt 3) : 2/22/06

Date Complete Instructions (Pkt 3) : 4/28/06

Date Rec Appointment Letter (Pkt 4): 5/9/06

Interview Date : 8/8/06

Date Visa Received : 8/8/06

Date Applied for Cuban Exit Visa : 8/10/06

Date Rec Cuban Exit Visa : 2/6/07

Date of US Entry : 2/7/07

Date of Wedding : 2/8/07

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Yea, I'll let you guys know how the interview goes... I (and of course my fiancee) am getting real nervous ; its just that we've been waiting for this moment for 6 months now, a very painful 6 months...

but we are very well prepared, so we expect everything to go well!!!!!

i'll give a posting after its done...

best. R.


Removal of conditions

11/11/08 : sent to VSC for removal of conditions for GC

11/25/08: receipt and letter of extention recevied (check cashed too).

12/12/08: Biometrics done at local office.

now the long wait for VSC

04/13/09: got 10 year green card.)

country: Cuba

I-129F, K-1

09/26/2005 Sent I-129F to VSC via USPS express mail

09/27/2005 NOA1

10/24/2005 NOA2 APPROVED!

11/02/2005 Received letter from the approved application will be forwarded to US Interest Section within one week!

11/15/2005 Fiance Picked up "superpacket" at US consuate

11/17/2005 Scheduled Medical exam

12/06/2005 Requested interview via website; Interest Section (consulate) sets interview for May 15, 2006???

12/07/2005 Medical exam

12/27/2005 Medical exam results received by fiance

02/15/2006 Still waiting for interview 3 more months

05/15/2006 interview with US interest section, approved

05/16/2006 fiancee picked up US fiancee visa!!!!!!!!

05/17/2006 Submitted correct paperwork to cuban immigration for exit permission "permiso de salir" (they say 15 days to get it)

06/10/06 Still waiting, no information

06/13/06 she recieved carta blanca!

06/15/06 She arrives via Miami!!!

07/21/06 Married

AOS/EAD

07/19/2006 Received SSN card (maiden name, now we'll have to go back and get name change)

07/31/06 Mailed AOS/EAD paperwork to Chicago Lockbox

08/11/2006 NOA1 for AOS (485) and EAD

08/26/2006 Biometrics done.

10/06/2006 EAD arrives

03/01/07 still waiting to hear something for AOS

03/19/07 : email, case sent to CSC

04/07: got it.

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Yea, I'll let you guys know how the interview goes... I (and of course my fiancee) am getting real nervous ; its just that we've been waiting for this moment for 6 months now, a very painful 6 months...

but we are very well prepared, so we expect everything to go well!!!!!

_________

Thanks

Yes,all this waiting has been very painful and slow.You have been waiting for six months. I been waiting for 4 months or so .Comparing to

other countrys this is a long waiting

Cuba has always been very special for everything

good luck ,Michael


Interview date for jun26-2006 _ 03/13/2006 packet-4

fiance got her VISA on 06/26/2006 1:00pm

fiance wating for carta blanca/Permiso de salida from cuban Gov 07/2006

fiance receive carta blanca or exit permit from Cuban Gov 07/31/06

I am in the process to finalize everything and book the airline ticket one way to Miami baby

Fiance arriving on 08-22-06 From HAV,CUBA ....

Fiance arrive at Mia on 08/22/06 1230pm eastern

Mailed off AOS, EAD on 09/27/2006

package delivered at 5:21 am on September 29, 2006 in chicago,IL lock box

10/25/06 apply for SSN /she should be getting one in two weeks

11/01/06 receive email status from uscis Work auth is in the mail

Received NOA1 notices for AOS, EAD on 10/10/2006

Biometrics appointment on 10/21/2006 in hialeah Gardens,Fl

10/25/06 apply for SSN / should be getting SSN in two weeks

11/01/06 receive email status fromn uscis Work auth is in the mail

11/03/06 receive SSN number/car

11/06/2006 receive EAD CARD

11/06/2006 I-485 transfer to CSC Notice mailed welcoming the new permanent resident .I485 approved

green card in the mail on 11/29/06

Receive Green card/welcome letter 12/04/06 .I am done for the moment ,Thank Go

Mail I751 removing conditions on Resident card 08/25/2008

05/07/2009 permanet resident card in the mail I-551 GREEN CARD

07/03/2009 new greencard arrive good for ten years

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zyggy doesn't know what he/she is talking about.. .

this is a very interesting question, one that should be treated seriously but should be considered.

First, violating the travel ban is not a criminal offiense (technically its a civil one) . . i am no lawyer but this could make a difference.

Second, a rumor, but i have heard before that they treat cuban americans who violate the travel ban for a family visit (say your wife's father dies) and they just go back for funeral.. technically not legal (if your wife would have travel once in the past 3 years) but..

anyway, my fiancee is cuban and as soon as she gets here and after she gets permanent resdience; we will hire a lawyer to consult us on this same quesiton that you ask. .

Anyway, to respond directly to your question, i have no idea really, consult a lawyer and if you learn anything please let us know!

also, call your congressperson and senator and argue for the end to cruel restrictions on family visits for cuban-americans (its 1 per 3 years now, it was 1 per every year until 2002; I doubt much will change until 2008).. If anything it will get worse for family visits.....and if there is an emergency in your wife's famlly down there, she may just have to take the chance.. i mean, no one could stop me from attending my own parents funeral.

Not criminal? That's not what it says here...

! INTRODUCTION - The Cuban Assets Control Regulations, 31 CFR

Part 515 (the “Regulations”) were issued by the U.S. Government on 8

July 1963 under the Trading With the Enemy Act in response to certain

hostile actions by the Cuban government. They are still in force today and

affect all U.S. citizens and permanent residents wherever they are

located, all people and organizations physically in the United States, and

all branches and subsidiaries of U.S. organizations throughout the world.

The Regulations are administered by the U.S. Treasury Department's

Office of Foreign Assets Control. The basic goal of the sanctions is to

isolate the Cuban government economically and deprive it of U.S. dollars.

Criminal penalties for violating the sanctions range up to 10 years in

prison, $1,000,000 in corporate fines, and $250,000 in individual fines.

Civil penalties up to $55,000 per violation may also be imposed. Please

note that the Regulations require those dealing with Cuba to maintain

records and, upon request from the U.S. Treasury Department, to

furnish information regarding such dealings.

I think it is you, sir, that does not know what they are talking about...

Edited by zyggy

Knowledge itself is power - Sir Francis Bacon

I have gone fishing... you can find me by going here http://**removed due to TOS**

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zyggy doesn't know what he/she is talking about.. .

this is a very interesting question, one that should be treated seriously but should be considered.

First, violating the travel ban is not a criminal offiense (technically its a civil one) . . i am no lawyer but this could make a difference.

Second, a rumor, but i have heard before that they treat cuban americans who violate the travel ban for a family visit (say your wife's father dies) and they just go back for funeral.. technically not legal (if your wife would have travel once in the past 3 years) but..

anyway, my fiancee is cuban and as soon as she gets here and after she gets permanent resdience; we will hire a lawyer to consult us on this same quesiton that you ask. .

Anyway, to respond directly to your question, i have no idea really, consult a lawyer and if you learn anything please let us know!

also, call your congressperson and senator and argue for the end to cruel restrictions on family visits for cuban-americans (its 1 per 3 years now, it was 1 per every year until 2002; I doubt much will change until 2008).. If anything it will get worse for family visits.....and if there is an emergency in your wife's famlly down there, she may just have to take the chance.. i mean, no one could stop me from attending my own parents funeral.

Not criminal? That's not what it says here...

! INTRODUCTION - The Cuban Assets Control Regulations, 31 CFR

Part 515 (the “Regulations”) were issued by the U.S. Government on 8

July 1963 under the Trading With the Enemy Act in response to certain

hostile actions by the Cuban government. They are still in force today and

affect all U.S. citizens and permanent residents wherever they are

located, all people and organizations physically in the United States, and

all branches and subsidiaries of U.S. organizations throughout the world.

The Regulations are administered by the U.S. Treasury Department's

Office of Foreign Assets Control. The basic goal of the sanctions is to

isolate the Cuban government economically and deprive it of U.S. dollars.

Criminal penalties for violating the sanctions range up to 10 years in

prison, $1,000,000 in corporate fines, and $250,000 in individual fines.

Civil penalties up to $55,000 per violation may also be imposed. Please

note that the Regulations require those dealing with Cuba to maintain

records and, upon request from the U.S. Treasury Department, to

furnish information regarding such dealings.

I think it is you, sir, that does not know what they are talking about...

Its true the law does read it is a criminal offense. I just arrived back from Cuba yesterday and for the 2nd time i was caught, the first time was in May and they went through my passport and documented 6 trips at least in the last 2 years.

I am getting married next year in Cuba and at this point I have no choice but to keep going. On the high end at 55,000 per violation I am looking at over 500,000 in fines. Is this rediculous? If i lived in any other country in the world I would be able to travel there legally. I live in the land of the free and am persecuted and trwated like a criminal if I want to see my fiance..

Anyway, my advice to anyone traveling there is dont get caught. I am on a list and i will be searched everytime I reenter the US now. Customs confirmed this for me in the Bahamas. I sometimes think renting a fast boat in Miami would be faster and cheaper than trying to do this legally.

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Anyway, my advice to anyone traveling there is dont get caught.

That's all fine and well, presuming you are a born US citizen. The OP was asking about someone who is a US PR.

A natural citizen can not be booted off the island.

A PR can be.


Now That You Are A Permanent Resident

How Do I Remove The Conditions On Permanent Residence Based On Marriage?

Welcome to the United States: A Guide For New Immigrants

Yes, even this last one.. stuff in there that not even your USC knows.....

Here are more links that I love:

Arriving in America, The POE Drill

Dual Citizenship FAQ

Other Fora I Post To:

alt.visa.us.marriage-based http://britishexpats.com/ and www.***removed***.com

censored link = *family based immigration* website

Inertia. Is that the Greek god of 'can't be bothered'?

Met, married, immigrated, naturalized.

I-130 filed Aug02

USC Jul06

No Deje Piedras Sobre El Pavimento!

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Anyway, my advice to anyone traveling there is dont get caught.

That's all fine and well, presuming you are a born US citizen. The OP was asking about someone who is a US PR.

A natural citizen can not be booted off the island.

A PR can be.

It is all quite absurb.

Just thinking but I know people who visit Israel and Arab countries and have two passports, one for each area they visit.

Presumably this could be a similar issue and would warrant a similar application. But then for a PR there is the Naturalisation issue.

I have met quite a few USC's who have legally been to Cuba, did not seem that difficult to get authorisation. Just play the system.

Those who have not bothered I know go via Mexico or Canada. But I thought Cuba did not stamp USC's passports because of these regulations?


“If you know the enemy and know yourself, you need not fear the result of a hundred battles. If you know yourself but not the enemy, for every victory gained you will also suffer a defeat. If you know neither the enemy nor yourself, you will succumb in every battle.”

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