The Costa Rican Foreign Minister has called on the United States to end the Cuban Adjustment Act, since it encourages Cubans to go through Latin America illegally to reach the U.S.
“We don’t disregard the humanitarian perspective,” González said during an interview about the thousands of Cubans who’ve passed through Latin America this year as they tried to get from the island to the United States. “But this has cost us millions of dollars – and millions of dollars that we don’t have available. Our people are claiming how is it possible that you don’t invest in your own people and you spend millions of dollars on handling migrants?”
Intriguingly, the Cuban Ambassador to the United States also tweeted this yesterday:
Immigration is one of the things they're discussing. At this point opposition to the Cuban Adjustment Act crosses ideological lines. It's a matter of "when" rather than "if."