- Many Cubans have benefited from a law that allows them to live and work in the U.S., and puts them on a fast track for citizenship
- Cuban migration to the United States is soaring ahead of a feared change in the law
- A U.S. representative says the law isn't fair to other immigrants, who face a harder time once they reach the U.S.
(CNN)Eight-year-old Vanesa Amador stands patiently on a bridge that joins Mexico and the United States. She is feet away from a country she admits she knows nothing about but has strong feelings for.