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In this May 17, 2017 photo, Cuban immigrant Hermes Vigoa, who arrived in the U.S. two years before Obama canceled the fast-track citizenship system, gives an interview outside his home in Miami, Florida. Vigoa, 46, was detained when he showed up at an immigration office in Miami earlier this year to renew a temporary document while he completed the permanent-residency process. Tens of thousands of Cubans living in the U.S. are adapting to a new reality: After enjoying decades of favored status dating back to the Cold War, many of them now face the same deportation risks as any other immigrants. (AP Photo/Lynne Sladky)

In this May 17, 2017 photo, Cuban immigrant Hermes Vigoa, who arrived in the U.S. two years before Obama canceled the fast-track citizenship system, gives an interview outside his home in Miami, Florida. Vigoa, 46, was detained when he showed up at an immigration office in Miami earlier this year to renew a temporary document while he completed the permanent-residency process. Tens of thousands of Cubans living in the U.S. are adapting to a new reality: After enjoying decades of favored status dating back to the Cold War, many of them now face the same deportation risks as any other immigrants. (AP Photo/Lynne Sladky)

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