More migrants were intercepted on the coast of South Florida.
On Wednesday morning, a group of 20 Cubans landed at Big Pine Key.
The officials reported the migrants had sailed the lower keys in a tiny, rustic boat.
They are all now in the custody of the United States Border Patrol and are likely to be returned to Cuba.
This week, a couple and their child were seen sitting at the entrance to Crandon Park in Key Biscayne and were taken into custody by the Border Patrol.
A second Cuban migrant was brought into custody after arriving by kayak.
Just this past weekend, 27 Cuban refugees were seen waving an American flag to express their gratitude.