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Under the U.S. Treasury Department's amended Cuban sanctions, U.S. persons are now allowed to remit up to $2,000 per quarter to Cuban nationals residing in the jurisdiction. However, remittances to prohibited officials of the Cuban government or to prohibited members of the Cuban Communist Party are still banned. At this time, certain remittances to Cuban nationals for humanitarian projects, support for the Cuban people, or development of private business are now generally authorized.