U.S. pledges more visas for Cubans, Haitians at Summit of the Americas

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By Daina Beth Solomon and Ted Hesson LOS ANGELES/WASHINGTON (Reuters) -The Biden administration will spend $314 million to support Venezuelan migrants across the Western Hemisphere and restart programs allowing some Cubans and Haitians to reunite with family members in the United States, U.S. agencies announced on Friday. The announcement was part of a push at the Summit of the Americas in Los Angeles to address migration challenges, particularly in the United States, where the number of migrants arriving at the U.S.-Mexico border has hit record highs. U.S. President Joe Biden and other leader…

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