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Publication: Travel Restrictions to Cuba

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Know Before You Go - A Guide for Traveling to Cuba

CCR's Cuba Travel Report
Please note: This booklet summarizes Cuba travel restrictions and alerts Cuba travelers to some of the current legal requirements and potential legal consequences they face. It is not a complete discussion of the applicable laws and regulations. It does not cover all possible questions, concerns and contingencies. This booklet was last updated in September 2009. Since laws, regulations, and their interpretation often change, this information may be outdated by the time you read it. The Center for Constitutional Rights does not guarantee the accuracy of the information contained in this booklet as of any point in time.

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Make sure to consult an attorney before planning any trip to Cuba. Do not rely on these materials without first seeking the advice of an attorney about your particular situation and facts. Only a licensed attorney, reviewing your individual facts, may render legal advice. This booklet is provided as a public resource for information purposes only. It is not legal advice and should not be relied on in making any decisions concerning travel to Cuba or transactions with Cuban nationals. The Center for Constitutional Rights no longer accepts Cuba travel clients for direct representation, and nothing in this booklet should be taken to create an attorney-client relationship between you and the Center.

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