HAVANA (AP) — Delegations from the U.S. and Cuba will hold their second day of meetings in Havana today on normalizing ties.

They're expected to discuss the lifting of restrictions on American diplomats in Cuba and assurances that Cubans will have unfettered access to a future U.S. Embassy in Havana.

The U.S. has rebuffed demands for broader changes to U.S. migration rules that grant virtually automatic legal residency to any Cuban who touches U.S. soil.

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