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Re: Thoughts on the draft

At  2:09 PM 9/3/96 -0400, Carl Ellison wrote:
>        The interesting problem comes in when the USA wants to prohibit
>citizens from getting a Cuban visa.  I don't know of any convenient way to
>make sure the USA itself is involved in all visa processes, unless the US
>generates passport certs on demand, each lasting a short lifetime, and
>generating different ones depending on who asks.
>        Is this even desirable?

Desirable or not, I don't think it is possible.  Cuba can always issue
visas to self-alleged US citizens without a passport.  A fist full of US
dollars might be accepted as a substitute.

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