The way of the law is often unjust, that’s really what “Les Miserables” is about, the man steals half a loaf of bread because his family is hungry. It seems what happened to him is unjust. I would NOT assert some sort of vindictiveness with the administration. Most administrations have something happen and maybe it is a bit like this. Oh, and by the way, I heard Obama cracked down likewise, on Cuban refugees so these kinds of things seem to happen.
Obama has axed immigration privileges for Cubans. Here’s how they may try to get around it.
By Nick Miroff
January 13, 2017
President Obama’s move to rescind certain immigration privileges for Cubans arriving in the United States has rolled up the cushy welcome mat that for two decades essentially allowed any islander to stay if they reach American soil.
Symbolically, it’s a big deal, nudging the United States and Cuba further along the “normalization” path Obama and Cuba’s Raúl Castro announced in December 2014. But as a practical matter, it’s unclear to what extent it can slow Cuban migration to the United States, which has more than doubled in the past two years.
Policy-wise, revoking an H1B1 visa might have all kinds of reasons for doing so. Perhaps, someone else got it. Perhaps the lawyer was not using his H1B1 visa. I’m sure there are dozens of reasons that could happen.
And the Cubans, I mean, they are coming over in dinghies, rafts, whatever they can use.