Cuban actress Heidi Gonzalez revealed this Thursday how she took her young daughter Galilea out of Cuba. Arrived in the US this August.
In “La casa de Maka”, González explained that her daughter had a visa for the United States, however, it had expired.
Subsequently, the girl’s father did not authorize her permanent removal from Cuba, preventing family reunification.
After a while, Galilea’s father informed Heidi that he had fully agreed with Minor leaving Cuba, and he set to work to bring her to this country.
She and the girl went to Nicaragua, where they applied for a visa renewal at the US embassy in that country, and luckily, they got it, allowing little Galilea to legally come to North America.
“There was a time when I tried to bring her, but Galilea has a father, and at that time her father didn’t give me the recognition I should have. He was one of those people who realized the situation in Cuba was bad and told me, ‘If you can take the girl, take her,'” said.
The actress admitted that she decided to leave Cuba after the historic anti-government protests on July 11, 2021 and the statements she shared against the dictatorship.
Likewise, Heidi promises that she is very scared in the country and believes that at any moment they will break into her house to arrest her.
Galilea arrived in the United States a few days ago, and the artist confirmed the news through her social networks, sharing some pictures of the moment she and her husband, Cuban singer Eddie Eddie Borge, met again. girl
“We are already done. I can only say thank you, God. With us my princess Galilea”, the actress wrote with emotional pictures.
Ali Sanchez, a friend and friend of Heidi’s, Cuban actress and host, went to the airport to welcome her to Galilee.
In the stories of her official Instagram account, Heidi thanked everyone who made the girl’s visit to America possible.
“Thank you to all these super brothers who made our happiness even more complete,” he said next to a photo of himself surrounded by friends.
Many artists congratulated the meeting. “What joy is my life! Congratulations” wrote the Cuban actress Camila Arteque. “Oh Mimi how happy you are. I know how much you longed for that moment. Congratulations and now yes, forward and without brakes”, added the singer Mrs. Dayana.
“Love that joy to God. How wonderful,” argued fellow Cuban actress Dianelis Brito. “How rich,” said young actress Laura Tretto. “Oh I’m dying of love, congratulations on my life, what a beautiful blessing,” said singer Laritsa Bakallau.
A few months ago, the actress’s spouse arrived in the country after crossing the border to surrender to US authorities.