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Must family member of allowed visitor be on same itinerary?

Must family member of allowed visitor be on same itinerary?

Old Jan 15, 14, 11:42 am
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Must family member of allowed visitor be on same itinerary?

The rules say that family members living in the household (e.g., spouse) are allowed to accompany another family member who is visiting Cuban relatives. Does that mean they must be on the same itinerary? In other words, can the spouse with Cuban relatives stay longer...thus causing the accompanying (non-Cuban relative) spouse to return to the US without the "qualified" spouse?
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Old Jan 15, 14, 9:34 pm
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I certainly don't have an answer to this question, but suspect it would be better for the person with Cuban relatives to secure a license for a family visit. Then, there can be no problem when moving away from the licensed tour activity and remaining behind.
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