I have a dual citizenship and planning to take my two kids to Cuba on August. Both are American citizens. I would like to know if they would be considered tourists like me and so be able to move freely and travel or if I have to enroll them in a Spanish class or so to conform to the new people to people guidelines and make my own program for them . My solder son ( 17) speaks Spanish fluently so he would not mind studying but I just want to make sure that if we go to the beach it's not an issue because they are minors and so follow me.
They are not on my passport and have their own passport. If they are counted as Americans I may not be able to take them to the beach or siege money on their behalf I don't know what to do bc the Info on the web is limited and even their airlines don't know. any help would be appreciated
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