DHS Reports 92 Students From Cuba Studied In U.S. In 2017; No Data Yet For 2018

From The United States Department of Homeland Security (DHS): 

1 November 2018 

“Last week, ICE launched a series of data sets on ICE.gov about the international student population. Here’s a link to that data, https://www.ice.gov/sevis/whats-new#tab2, as well as a link to the news release announcing the data library, https://www.ice.gov/news/releases/sevp-publishes-2017-international-student-data. Per the data, in calendar year 2017, there were 92 international students from Cuba studying at U.S. schools.” 

From The DHS Report 

“North America 

North America saw the largest proportional decline of students coming into the United States to study.  Specifically, the decline in the number of Mexican (-1,120) and Canadian (-357) students accounted for the overall continental trend.  However, there were marginal gains in the number of students from some Latin American and Caribbean countries.  Honduras sent 155 more students, which is a 7 percent increase from last year, and Cuba more than doubled its international student population by sending 25 more students.”