Parade Magazine reports that "...there are the 1843 Cubans who ... sit in prisons year after year as detainees of the INS. Although many have long since served out sentences for crimes, from petty to major, they remain behind bars today. The detainees live in a kind of limbo - with no new charges against them and, under current immigration law, often no prospect of release. They cannot predict whether they might be free tomorrow, or in 10 years, or in 20 years - or ever."
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