A new company is charging $495 to help people who are desperate to find long-long Cuban legal documents. By Frances Robles.miamiherald.com. Mario Alvarez spent several years and many dollars looking for yellowing documents in Cuban archives so he could write his family history.

Like other Cuban genealogy enthusiasts and people who need birth certificates or death records to marry, drive or apply for citizenship, he encountered a tangled maze of red tape. Experts say the setbacks start in Washington, at Cuba’s consulate.

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