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Travel to Cuba for-non US residents from USA
I am Polish citizen currently living in US as non-resident (J1-visa fellowship). At the end of my fellowship I wanted to fly to Cuba for one week. On different websites I found plenty of information regarding travel to Cuba for US citizen, however not much for Europeans.
If I want to fly to Cuba directly from USA do I need to have pinky tourist card given at the boarding gate or the green one usually given to Europeans? And apart from tourist card do I need anything else? Lastly, do you know how precisely purpose of travel is checked? As far as I understand (being non-US citizen) I can not go to Cuba for tourist purposes?
I will much appreciate your help!