Thanks for the information. Please note that as you are in the US immigration
section, where Experts can provide youwith answers and information related to US immigration. To that end, your parents are traveling to several places that are US territories, and therefore do not require visas to travel to PR and St. Thomas.
As far as requirements for other countries, US immigraiton Experts are not experts in those topics. But after doing some research, I've found that Permanent Residents of the US may be granted entry to the Turks and Caicos Islands without a Turks and Caicos Islands visa. As far as the British Virgin Islands, your parents may very well require a visa, as nationals of Cuba. They should contact the immigration department directly, to find out if they will, in fact, require visas. They can do so by calling(NNN) NNN-NNNN
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