Cuba Eases Travel Laws, Clearing Way For Carnival Cruises

Law360, Miami (April 22, 2016, 4:33 PM EDT) -- Carnival Corp. will proceed on schedule with cruises from Miami to Cuba, after negotiating an easing of Cuban migration laws that barred Cuban-born people from landing on the island by ship and sparked backlash and litigation when the cruise line closed its booking to Cuban-born passengers.

The Miami-based cruise operator, the world's largest, had announced Monday that it was opening its booking process to all passengers in anticipation that it would work out a change before the scheduled May 1 commencement of sailings on its Fathom line, but also said that it would delay the departure if an acceptable resolution was...

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