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  1. #809
    Quote Originally Posted by Steve99  [View Original Post]
    Do you have Global Entry? I have that and they never question you when you enter using Global Entry. Just hand the ticket to the guy. Maybe Cuba entry different.
    No I don't have Global entry.

  2. #808
    Quote Originally Posted by TyDown  [View Original Post]
    Personally I always check the "Journalist Activities" box. I've been to Cuba 9 times over the last three years and have never been questioned. Of course I do take tons of pics and video, then edit and publish to my youtube channel where I have several other videos from Colombia, Africa and of course Cuba.

    Another option would be the "Support for the Cuban people" category, I think a lot of others here use that option.
    Do you have Global Entry? I have that and they never question you when you enter using Global Entry. Just hand the ticket to the guy. Maybe Cuba entry different.

  3. #807
    Quote Originally Posted by Steve99  [View Original Post]
    What category box do you recommend checking?
    Personally I always check the "Journalist Activities" box. I've been to Cuba 9 times over the last three years and have never been questioned. Of course I do take tons of pics and video, then edit and publish to my youtube channel where I have several other videos from Colombia, Africa and of course Cuba.

    Another option would be the "Support for the Cuban people" category, I think a lot of others here use that option.

  4. #806
    Quote Originally Posted by TyDown  [View Original Post]
    From what I understand, it only effects Cruise Ships, and the "People to People" category has been removed from the list. You can still book a flight from the States. At least that's my understanding.
    What category box do you recommend checking?

  5. #805
    Quote Originally Posted by Steve99  [View Original Post]
    Any of you regular USA guys who check the boxes concerned on the new Trump rules. Did Trump Fu. K us mongers now? Have to go back through Mexico again? Or are their still going to be boxes we can check at Jetblue? I have never gone via USA. Only once through mexicso many years ago.
    From what I understand, it only effects Cruise Ships, and the "People to People" category has been removed from the list. You can still book a flight from the States. At least that's my understanding.

  6. #804
    Quote Originally Posted by Mondo707  [View Original Post]
    Hey TJ,

    There are 12 options for a US citizen to pick when traveling to Cuba. Below is the list of them. You pick one before leaving for Cuba at the airport when you have to pay for your visa. Don't worry once you get your tix they will explain this.

    Most people pick "help for the Cuban people".

    Here is the list of options to pick:

    The 12 categories of authorized travel to Cuba are: family visits; official business of the USA Government, foreign governments, and certain intergovernmental organizations; journalistic activity; professional research and professional meetings; educational activities; religious activities; public performances, help to the Cuban people.

    Not to worry you'd be good to go, no problema.

    Make sure you report when you get back.

    Mondo.
    Any of you regular USA guys who check the boxes concerned on the new Trump rules. Did Trump Fu. K us mongers now? Have to go back through Mexico again? Or are their still going to be boxes we can check at Jetblue? I have never gone via USA. Only once through mexicso many years ago.

  7. #803

    Thank you all!

    All solid answers, thanks a lot!

  8. #802
    Quote Originally Posted by TomJackin  [View Original Post]
    Thanks, I always have solid trip reports, so you can expect the same if I travel to Cuba.

    So, if I check the "help to the Cuban people" do I have to show proof of something, besides that I want to chase putas?
    I always check the "Journalist activities", then take a bunch of pics and videos while in Cuba. I've made 8 trips to Cuba in the last 2 years and have never been questioned by immigration's on the return trip. Well, with the exception of one immigration officer wanted to know why I didn't bring him a Cigar. .

  9. #801

    Tomjackin.

    Mondo gives great Info. It's just about playing the game. Support of the Cuban people is the box to check. Customs never asks for reciepts but grab a few and put your own dates on them. Rent Airbnb also is the best way to pay and American authorities won't ask questions. Enjoy.

  10. #800

    Lol

    Quote Originally Posted by TomJackin  [View Original Post]
    Thanks, I always have solid trip reports, so you can expect the same if I travel to Cuba.

    So, if I check the "help to the Cuban people" do I have to show proof of something, besides that I want to chase putas?
    Hey TJ,

    That's a good one, once I was asked coming back by an immigration officer if I had brought back anything to declare and I told him I wanted to bring back a Cubanita but wasn't sure if I was allowed to!

    He just laughed and asked me to show him some pixs!

    Myself, I don't keep any records of expenses, I have never heard of anyone being asked for expense receipts. YMMV

    Mondo.

  11. #799
    Quote Originally Posted by TomJackin  [View Original Post]
    Thanks, I always have solid trip reports, so you can expect the same if I travel to Cuba.

    So, if I check the "help to the Cuban people" do I have to show proof of something, besides that I want to chase putas?
    Theoretically, you have to be able to show evidence that your trip was truly for the purpose of "helping Cuban people ". Examples may include staying in a casa particular (do not stay in a hotel as they're almost always owned by the Cuban government), taking Spanish lessons, visits to local artists place, eating in a mom and pop restaurant, visit to a Jazz club and buy their CD, taking salsa dance lesson from a Cuban, etc etc. I wrote down the list of what I did beside the hobby and had some pics to prove in case I got the Q&A.

  12. #798
    Quote Originally Posted by TomJackin  [View Original Post]
    Thanks, I always have solid trip reports, so you can expect the same if I travel to Cuba.

    So, if I check the "help to the Cuban people" do I have to show proof of something, besides that I want to chase putas?
    As long as I know, you don't.

  13. #797
    Quote Originally Posted by Mondo707  [View Original Post]
    Hey TJ,

    There are 12 options for a US citizen to pick when traveling to Cuba. Below is the list of them. You pick one before leaving for Cuba at the airport when you have to pay for your visa. Don't worry once you get your tix they will explain this.

    Most people pick "help for the Cuban people".

    Here is the list of options to pick:

    The 12 categories of authorized travel to Cuba are: family visits; official business of the USA Government, foreign governments, and certain intergovernmental organizations; journalistic activity; professional research and professional meetings; educational activities; religious activities; public performances, help to the Cuban people.

    Not to worry you'd be good to go, no problema.

    Make sure you report when you get back.

    Mondo.
    Thanks, I always have solid trip reports, so you can expect the same if I travel to Cuba.

    So, if I check the "help to the Cuban people" do I have to show proof of something, besides that I want to chase putas?

  14. #796

    Pick one

    Quote Originally Posted by TomJackin  [View Original Post]
    I'm thinking about going to Cuba. But, the rules are confusing. What box do you check on the form "Reason for travel?

    Please help!
    Hey TJ,

    There are 12 options for a US citizen to pick when traveling to Cuba. Below is the list of them. You pick one before leaving for Cuba at the airport when you have to pay for your visa. Don't worry once you get your tix they will explain this.

    Most people pick "help for the Cuban people".

    Here is the list of options to pick:

    The 12 categories of authorized travel to Cuba are: family visits; official business of the USA Government, foreign governments, and certain intergovernmental organizations; journalistic activity; professional research and professional meetings; educational activities; religious activities; public performances, help to the Cuban people.

    Not to worry you'd be good to go, no problema.

    Make sure you report when you get back.

    Mondo.

  15. #795

    Travel question from the US

    I'm thinking about going to Cuba. But, the rules are confusing. What box do you check on the form "Reason for travel?

    Please help!

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