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March 23, 2016
Cuban migrant Halena Leiva, 31, who ran out of money, works as a cleaning lady in an auto store in Paso...
PASO CANOAS, Panama
The Wider Image: On the border, stranded and struggling
Cuban migrant Halena Leiva, 31, who ran out of money, works as a cleaning lady in an auto store in Paso Canoas on the border with Costa Rica March 22, 2016. "I am a qualified IT engineer. If I hadn't left Cuba I would have ended up in prison as I love freedom and having options. I don't like the Cuban system. I am not the kind of person to confront the government. That's why I joined this mass migration as all of us want a change. I believe this is a symbol of protest. I am really excited to get to Las Vegas in the U.S. where my brother lives. One of my dreams is to study gastronomy and have my own business. I can travel the world. The only thing I am afraid of is the health system as I know it is expensive, knowing that in Cuba it is free for everyone." REUTERS/Carlos Jasso SEARCH "CUBANS STUCK" FOR THIS STORY. SEARCH "THE WIDER IMAGE" FOR ALL STORIES
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