Entry #2746: Right to change legal gender in Cuba

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RegionCuba
IssueRight to change legal gender
StatusLegal, but requires surgery
Start Date2008
End Datenow
DescriptionAccording to ILGA official data as of October 2023, the gender marker on identity documents can only be changed if the applicant has undergone gender affirmation surgery. The petitioner must submit their request for a change of gender marker before the Civil Section of the Local Court. Next, the request is submitted to the National Commission for Comprehensive Attention to Trans People, together with the medical certification that the petitioner has undergone surgery. The following evidence must be accredited before the court: (1) the summary of the clinical records, (2) the descriptive medical criteria of the surgery with emphasis on its irreversibility, (3) a document confirming the intervention signed by the CENESEX, and (4) photographic records from before and after the intervention. Gender affirming surgery and hormonal treatment are provided and covered by the national health system since 2008 (Resolution No. 126). Since 2022, transgender people can change their name through self-determination. Instruction #1 of 2022 of the Ministry of Justice repealed Instruction #1 of 2012 that made the name change for trans people subject to a change of sex, following genital adjustment surgery.
Sourceshttps://database.ilga.org/cuba-lgbti https://database.ilga.org/api/downloader/download/1/CU%20-%20EXE%20-%20Resolution%20No.%20126%20of%20the%20Ministry%20of%20Public%20Health%20(2008)%20-%20OR-OFF(es).pdf https://www.redsemlac-cuba.net/redsemlac/diversidad-sexual/cambiarse-el-nombre-y-otros-derechos-a-la-identidad-de-las-personas-trans/ https://salud.msp.gob.cu/wp-content/uploads/2019/02/RM_126_2008.pdf https://alastensas.com/diversas/el-cambio-de-nombre-para-personas-trans-en-cuba/#gsc.tab=0 https://www.cubainformacion.tv/genero/20230406/102551/102551-apuntes-sobre-la-comunidad-trans-en-cuba


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Revision by Nathan. Status correction according to all sources. Outdated source deleted.

Old Value New Value (Current)
ValueLegal, no restrictionsLegal, but requires surgery
Start Date20222008
NoteSince 2022, transgender people can change their name through self-determination. Gender affirming surgery and hormonal treatment are provided and covered by the national health system since 2008. Missing non binary options on documents. According to ILGA official data as of October 2023, the gender marker on identity documents can only be changed if the applicant has undergone gender affirmation surgery. The petitioner must submit their request for a change of gender marker before the Civil Section of the Local Court. Next, the request is submitted to the National Commission for Comprehensive Attention to Trans People, together with the medical certification that the petitioner has undergone surgery. The following evidence must be accredited before the court: (1) the summary of the clinical records, (2) the descriptive medical criteria of the surgery with emphasis on its irreversibility, (3) a document confirming the intervention signed by the CENESEX, and (4) photographic records from before and after the intervention.

Gender affirming surgery and hormonal treatment are provided and covered by the national health system since 2008 (Resolution No. 126).

Since 2022, transgender people can change their name through self-determination. Instruction #1 of 2022 of the Ministry of Justice repealed Instruction #1 of 2012 that made the name change for trans people subject to a change of sex, following genital adjustment surgery.
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Since 2022, transgender people can change their name through self-determination. Gender affirming surgery and hormonal treatment are provided and covered by the national health system since 2008. Missing non binary options on documents. According to ILGA official data as of October 2023, the gender marker on identity documents can only be changed if the applicant has undergone gender affirmation surgery. The petitioner must submit their request for a change of gender marker before the Civil Section of the Local Court. Next, the request is submitted to the National Commission for Comprehensive Attention to Trans People, together with the medical certification that the petitioner has undergone surgery. The following evidence must be accredited before the court: (1) the summary of the clinical records, (2) the descriptive medical criteria of the surgery with emphasis on its irreversibility, (3) a document confirming the intervention signed by the CENESEX, and (4) photographic records from before and after the intervention. Gender affirming surgery and hormonal treatment are provided and covered by the national health system since 2008 (Resolution No. 126). Since 2022, transgender people can change their name through self-determination. Instruction #1 of 2022 of the Ministry of Justice repealed Instruction #1 of 2012 that made the name change for trans people subject to a change of sex, following genital adjustment surgery.
Sourceshttps://database.ilga.org/cuba-lgbti
https://database.ilga.org/api/downloader/download/1/CU%20-%20EXE%20-%20Resolution%20No.%20126%20of%20the%20Ministry%20of%20Public%20Health%20(2008)%20-%20OR-OFF(es).pdf
https://www.redsemlac-cuba.net/redsemlac/diversidad-sexual/cambiarse-el-nombre-y-otros-derechos-a-la-identidad-de-las-personas-trans/
https://www.nationalgeographic.com/magazine/2017/01/gender-identity-map-where-you-can-change-your-gender-on-legal-documents/
https://database.ilga.org/cuba-lgbti
https://database.ilga.org/api/downloader/download/1/CU%20-%20EXE%20-%20Resolution%20No.%20126%20of%20the%20Ministry%20of%20Public%20Health%20(2008)%20-%20OR-OFF(es).pdf
https://www.redsemlac-cuba.net/redsemlac/diversidad-sexual/cambiarse-el-nombre-y-otros-derechos-a-la-identidad-de-las-personas-trans/
https://salud.msp.gob.cu/wp-content/uploads/2019/02/RM_126_2008.pdf
https://alastensas.com/diversas/el-cambio-de-nombre-para-personas-trans-en-cuba/#gsc.tab=0
https://www.cubainformacion.tv/genero/20230406/102551/102551-apuntes-sobre-la-comunidad-trans-en-cuba
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https://database.ilga.org/cuba-lgbti https://database.ilga.org/api/downloader/download/1/CU%20-%20EXE%20-%20Resolution%20No.%20126%20of%20the%20Ministry%20of%20Public%20Health%20(2008)%20-%20OR-OFF(es).pdf https://www.redsemlac-cuba.net/redsemlac/diversidad-sexual/cambiarse-el-nombre-y-otros-derechos-a-la-identidad-de-las-personas-trans/ https://www.nationalgeographic.com/magazine/2017/01/gender-identity-map-where-you-can-change-your-gender-on-legal-documents/ https://database.ilga.org/cuba-lgbti https://database.ilga.org/api/downloader/download/1/CU%20-%20EXE%20-%20Resolution%20No.%20126%20of%20the%20Ministry%20of%20Public%20Health%20(2008)%20-%20OR-OFF(es).pdf https://www.redsemlac-cuba.net/redsemlac/diversidad-sexual/cambiarse-el-nombre-y-otros-derechos-a-la-identidad-de-las-personas-trans/ https://salud.msp.gob.cu/wp-content/uploads/2019/02/RM_126_2008.pdf https://alastensas.com/diversas/el-cambio-de-nombre-para-personas-trans-en-cuba/#gsc.tab=0 https://www.cubainformacion.tv/genero/20230406/102551/102551-apuntes-sobre-la-comunidad-trans-en-cuba

Revision by br0okklyn. I am making this change because not all the informations are accurate.

Old Value New Value
ValueLegal, but requires surgeryLegal, no restrictions
Start Date(NONE)2022
NoteChanging gender in Cuba is allowed since 2008. The gender marker on identity documents can only be changed if the applicant has undergone gender affirmation surgery. This is because under the legislation currently in force, gender markers depend on the genitalia. The petitioner must submit their request for a change of gender marker before the Civil Section of the Local Court. Next, the request is submitted to the National Commission for Comprehensive Attention to Trans People, together with the medical certification that the petitioner has undergone surgery. The following evidence must be accredited before the court: (1) the summary of the clinical records, (2) the descriptive medical criteria of the surgery with emphasis on its irreversibility, (3) a document confirming the intervention signed by the CENESEX, and (4) photographic records from before and after the intervention.
The decision issued by the Court allows the applicant to file a request before the Civil Registry and get a new birth certificate.

Since 2022, transgender people can change their name through self-determination. Gender affirming surgery and hormonal treatment are provided and covered by the national health system since 2008. Missing non binary options on documents.
Since 2022, transgender people can change their name through self-determination. Gender affirming surgery and hormonal treatment are provided and covered by the national health system since 2008. Missing non binary options on documents.
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Changing gender in Cuba is allowed since 2008. The gender marker on identity documents can only be changed if the applicant has undergone gender affirmation surgery. This is because under the legislation currently in force, gender markers depend on the genitalia. The petitioner must submit their request for a change of gender marker before the Civil Section of the Local Court. Next, the request is submitted to the National Commission for Comprehensive Attention to Trans People, together with the medical certification that the petitioner has undergone surgery. The following evidence must be accredited before the court: (1) the summary of the clinical records, (2) the descriptive medical criteria of the surgery with emphasis on its irreversibility, (3) a document confirming the intervention signed by the CENESEX, and (4) photographic records from before and after the intervention. The decision issued by the Court allows the applicant to file a request before the Civil Registry and get a new birth certificate. Since 2022, transgender people can change their name through self-determination. Gender affirming surgery and hormonal treatment are provided and covered by the national health system since 2008. Missing non binary options on documents. Since 2022, transgender people can change their name through self-determination. Gender affirming surgery and hormonal treatment are provided and covered by the national health system since 2008. Missing non binary options on documents.

Revision by Nathan. Correction

Old Value New Value
ValueLegal, no restrictionsLegal, but requires surgery
NoteChanging gender in Cuba is allowed since 2008. Since 2022, transgender people can change their name through self-determination. Gender affirming surgery and hormonal treatment are provided and covered by the national health system since 2008. Missing non binary options on documents. Changing gender in Cuba is allowed since 2008. The gender marker on identity documents can only be changed if the applicant has undergone gender affirmation surgery. This is because under the legislation currently in force, gender markers depend on the genitalia. The petitioner must submit their request for a change of gender marker before the Civil Section of the Local Court. Next, the request is submitted to the National Commission for Comprehensive Attention to Trans People, together with the medical certification that the petitioner has undergone surgery. The following evidence must be accredited before the court: (1) the summary of the clinical records, (2) the descriptive medical criteria of the surgery with emphasis on its irreversibility, (3) a document confirming the intervention signed by the CENESEX, and (4) photographic records from before and after the intervention.
The decision issued by the Court allows the applicant to file a request before the Civil Registry and get a new birth certificate.

Since 2022, transgender people can change their name through self-determination. Gender affirming surgery and hormonal treatment are provided and covered by the national health system since 2008. Missing non binary options on documents.
Show Difference
Changing gender in Cuba is allowed since 2008. Since 2022, transgender people can change their name through self-determination. Gender affirming surgery and hormonal treatment are provided and covered by the national health system since 2008. Missing non binary options on documents. The gender marker on identity documents can only be changed if the applicant has undergone gender affirmation surgery. This is because under the legislation currently in force, gender markers depend on the genitalia. The petitioner must submit their request for a change of gender marker before the Civil Section of the Local Court. Next, the request is submitted to the National Commission for Comprehensive Attention to Trans People, together with the medical certification that the petitioner has undergone surgery. The following evidence must be accredited before the court: (1) the summary of the clinical records, (2) the descriptive medical criteria of the surgery with emphasis on its irreversibility, (3) a document confirming the intervention signed by the CENESEX, and (4) photographic records from before and after the intervention. The decision issued by the Court allows the applicant to file a request before the Civil Registry and get a new birth certificate. Since 2022, transgender people can change their name through self-determination. Gender affirming surgery and hormonal treatment are provided and covered by the national health system since 2008. Missing non binary options on documents.
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Revision by br0okklyn. the status and description were not accurate

Old Value New Value
ValueLegal, but requires surgeryLegal, no restrictions
NoteChanging gender in Cuba is allowed since 2008, gender affirmation surgery is required. Since 2022, transgender people can change their name through self-determination. Gender affirming surgery and hormonal treatment are provided and covered by the national health system since 2008. Missing non binary options on documents. Changing gender in Cuba is allowed since 2008. Since 2022, transgender people can change their name through self-determination. Gender affirming surgery and hormonal treatment are provided and covered by the national health system since 2008. Missing non binary options on documents.
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Changing gender in Cuba is allowed since 2008, gender affirmation surgery is required. Since 2022, transgender people can change their name through self-determination. Gender affirming surgery and hormonal treatment are provided and covered by the national health system since 2008. Missing non binary options on documents. Since 2022, transgender people can change their name through self-determination. Gender affirming surgery and hormonal treatment are provided and covered by the national health system since 2008. Missing non binary options on documents.

Revision by Nathan. Based on sources

Old Value New Value
ValueLegal, no restrictionsLegal, but requires surgery
NoteChanging gender in Cuba is allowed since 2008. Back then, gender affirmation surgery was required. Since 2022, transgender people can change their name through self-determination. Gender affirming surgery and hormonal treatment are provided and covered by the national health system since 2008. Missing non binary options on documents. Changing gender in Cuba is allowed since 2008, gender affirmation surgery is required. Since 2022, transgender people can change their name through self-determination. Gender affirming surgery and hormonal treatment are provided and covered by the national health system since 2008. Missing non binary options on documents.
Show Difference
Changing gender in Cuba is allowed since 2008. Back then, gender affirmation surgery was required. Since 2022, transgender people can change their name through self-determination. Gender affirming surgery and hormonal treatment are provided and covered by the national health system since 2008. Missing non binary options on documents. 2008, gender affirmation surgery is required. Since 2022, transgender people can change their name through self-determination. Gender affirming surgery and hormonal treatment are provided and covered by the national health system since 2008. Missing non binary options on documents.
Reports (1)
  • Status is not correct

Revision by br0okklyn. The status wasn't accurate.

Old Value New Value
ValueLegal, but requires surgeryLegal, no restrictions
NoteGender change in Cuba is allowed since 2008, gender affirmation surgery is required. Gender affirming surgery and hormonal treatment are provided and covered by the national health system since 2008. Since 2022, transgender people can change their name through self-determination. Missing non binary options on documents.Changing gender in Cuba is allowed since 2008. Back then, gender affirmation surgery was required. Since 2022, transgender people can change their name through self-determination. Gender affirming surgery and hormonal treatment are provided and covered by the national health system since 2008. Missing non binary options on documents.
Show Difference
Gender change in Cuba is allowed since 2008, gender affirmation surgery is required. Gender affirming surgery and hormonal treatment are provided and covered by the national health system since 2008. Since 2022, transgender people can change their name through self-determination. Missing non binary options on documents. Changing gender in Cuba is allowed since 2008. Back then, gender affirmation surgery was required. Since 2022, transgender people can change their name through self-determination. Gender affirming surgery and hormonal treatment are provided and covered by the national health system since 2008. Missing non binary options on documents.

Revision by Nathan. Correction based on sources

Old Value New Value
ValueLegal, no restrictionsLegal, but requires surgery
Reports (1)
  • Status is not correct "Just how the details state, surgery is no longer needed."

Revision by br0okklyn. The status doesn't correlate with the description.

Old Value New Value
ValueLegal, but requires surgeryLegal, no restrictions
Sourceshttps://database.ilga.org/cuba-lgbti
https://database.ilga.org/api/downloader/download/1/CU%20-%20EXE%20-%20Resolution%20No.%20126%20of%20the%20Ministry%20of%20Public%20Health%20(2008)%20-%20OR-OFF(es).pdf
https://www.redsemlac-cuba.net/redsemlac/diversidad-sexual/cambiarse-el-nombre-y-otros-derechos-a-la-identidad-de-las-personas-trans/
https://www.nationalgeographic.com/magazine/2017/01/gender-identity-map-where-you-can-change-your-gender-on-legal-documents/
https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/LGBT_rights_in_Cuba
https://database.ilga.org/cuba-lgbti
https://database.ilga.org/api/downloader/download/1/CU%20-%20EXE%20-%20Resolution%20No.%20126%20of%20the%20Ministry%20of%20Public%20Health%20(2008)%20-%20OR-OFF(es).pdf
https://www.redsemlac-cuba.net/redsemlac/diversidad-sexual/cambiarse-el-nombre-y-otros-derechos-a-la-identidad-de-las-personas-trans/
https://www.nationalgeographic.com/magazine/2017/01/gender-identity-map-where-you-can-change-your-gender-on-legal-documents/
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https://database.ilga.org/cuba-lgbti https://database.ilga.org/api/downloader/download/1/CU%20-%20EXE%20-%20Resolution%20No.%20126%20of%20the%20Ministry%20of%20Public%20Health%20(2008)%20-%20OR-OFF(es).pdf https://www.redsemlac-cuba.net/redsemlac/diversidad-sexual/cambiarse-el-nombre-y-otros-derechos-a-la-identidad-de-las-personas-trans/ https://www.nationalgeographic.com/magazine/2017/01/gender-identity-map-where-you-can-change-your-gender-on-legal-documents/ https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/LGBT_rights_in_Cuba https://database.ilga.org/cuba-lgbti https://database.ilga.org/api/downloader/download/1/CU%20-%20EXE%20-%20Resolution%20No.%20126%20of%20the%20Ministry%20of%20Public%20Health%20(2008)%20-%20OR-OFF(es).pdf https://www.redsemlac-cuba.net/redsemlac/diversidad-sexual/cambiarse-el-nombre-y-otros-derechos-a-la-identidad-de-las-personas-trans/ https://www.nationalgeographic.com/magazine/2017/01/gender-identity-map-where-you-can-change-your-gender-on-legal-documents/

Revision by Nathan. Correction

Old Value New Value
ValueLegal, no restrictionsLegal, but requires surgery
Start Date2013(NONE)
NoteGender change in Cuba is allowed since 2008, surgery not required since 2013. Gender affirming surgery and hormonal treatment are provided and covered by the national health system since 2008. Missing non binary options on documents.Gender change in Cuba is allowed since 2008, gender affirmation surgery is required. Gender affirming surgery and hormonal treatment are provided and covered by the national health system since 2008. Since 2022, transgender people can change their name through self-determination. Missing non binary options on documents.
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Gender change in Cuba is allowed since 2008, surgery not required since 2013. Gender affirming surgery and hormonal treatment are provided and covered by the national health system since 2008. Missing non binary options on documents. gender affirmation surgery is required. Gender affirming surgery and hormonal treatment are provided and covered by the national health system since 2008. Since 2022, transgender people can change their name through self-determination. Missing non binary options on documents.
Sourceshttps://database.ilga.org/cuba-lgbti
https://database.ilga.org/api/downloader/download/1/CU%20-%20EXE%20-%20Resolution%20No.%20126%20of%20the%20Ministry%20of%20Public%20Health%20(2008)%20-%20OR-OFF(es).pdf
https://www.nationalgeographic.com/magazine/2017/01/gender-identity-map-where-you-can-change-your-gender-on-legal-documents/
https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/LGBT_rights_in_Cuba
https://database.ilga.org/cuba-lgbti
https://database.ilga.org/api/downloader/download/1/CU%20-%20EXE%20-%20Resolution%20No.%20126%20of%20the%20Ministry%20of%20Public%20Health%20(2008)%20-%20OR-OFF(es).pdf
https://www.redsemlac-cuba.net/redsemlac/diversidad-sexual/cambiarse-el-nombre-y-otros-derechos-a-la-identidad-de-las-personas-trans/
https://www.nationalgeographic.com/magazine/2017/01/gender-identity-map-where-you-can-change-your-gender-on-legal-documents/
https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/LGBT_rights_in_Cuba
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https://database.ilga.org/cuba-lgbti https://database.ilga.org/api/downloader/download/1/CU%20-%20EXE%20-%20Resolution%20No.%20126%20of%20the%20Ministry%20of%20Public%20Health%20(2008)%20-%20OR-OFF(es).pdf https://www.nationalgeographic.com/magazine/2017/01/gender-identity-map-where-you-can-change-your-gender-on-legal-documents/ https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/LGBT_rights_in_Cuba https://database.ilga.org/cuba-lgbti https://database.ilga.org/api/downloader/download/1/CU%20-%20EXE%20-%20Resolution%20No.%20126%20of%20the%20Ministry%20of%20Public%20Health%20(2008)%20-%20OR-OFF(es).pdf https://www.redsemlac-cuba.net/redsemlac/diversidad-sexual/cambiarse-el-nombre-y-otros-derechos-a-la-identidad-de-las-personas-trans/ https://www.nationalgeographic.com/magazine/2017/01/gender-identity-map-where-you-can-change-your-gender-on-legal-documents/ https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/LGBT_rights_in_Cuba

Revision by br0okklyn. I am making this change because not all the informations are accurate.

Old Value New Value
ValueLegal, but requires surgeryLegal, no restrictions
Start DateJan 1, 20082013
NoteThe gender marker change is posible through courts if the applicant has undergone gender affirmation surgery. Gender affirming surgery and hormonal treatment are provided and covered by the national health system since 2008. Missing non binary options on documents.Gender change in Cuba is allowed since 2008, surgery not required since 2013. Gender affirming surgery and hormonal treatment are provided and covered by the national health system since 2008. Missing non binary options on documents.
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The gender marker change is posible through courts if the applicant has undergone gender affirmation surgery. Gender affirming surgery and hormonal treatment are provided and covered by the national health system since 2008. Missing non binary options on documents. change in Cuba is allowed since 2008, surgery not required since 2013. Gender affirming surgery and hormonal treatment are provided and covered by the national health system since 2008. Missing non binary options on documents.

Revision by Nathan. Status was not correct

Old Value New Value
ValueLegal, no restrictionsLegal, but requires surgery
Start DateJan 1, 2013Jan 1, 2008
NoteNot required but provided by government. Missing non binary options on documents.The gender marker change is posible through courts if the applicant has undergone gender affirmation surgery. Gender affirming surgery and hormonal treatment are provided and covered by the national health system since 2008. Missing non binary options on documents.
Show Difference
Not required but provided by government. Missing non binary options on documents. The gender marker change is posible through courts if the applicant has undergone gender affirmation surgery. Gender affirming surgery and hormonal treatment are provided and covered by the national health system since 2008. Missing non binary options on documents.
Sourceshttps://www.nationalgeographic.com/magazine/2017/01/gender-identity-map-where-you-can-change-your-gender-on-legal-documents/
https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/LGBT_rights_in_Cuba
https://database.ilga.org/cuba-lgbti
https://database.ilga.org/api/downloader/download/1/CU%20-%20EXE%20-%20Resolution%20No.%20126%20of%20the%20Ministry%20of%20Public%20Health%20(2008)%20-%20OR-OFF(es).pdf
https://www.nationalgeographic.com/magazine/2017/01/gender-identity-map-where-you-can-change-your-gender-on-legal-documents/
https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/LGBT_rights_in_Cuba
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https://www.nationalgeographic.com/magazine/2017/01/gender-identity-map-where-you-can-change-your-gender-on-legal-documents/ https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/LGBT_rights_in_Cuba https://database.ilga.org/cuba-lgbti https://database.ilga.org/api/downloader/download/1/CU%20-%20EXE%20-%20Resolution%20No.%20126%20of%20the%20Ministry%20of%20Public%20Health%20(2008)%20-%20OR-OFF(es).pdf https://www.nationalgeographic.com/magazine/2017/01/gender-identity-map-where-you-can-change-your-gender-on-legal-documents/ https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/LGBT_rights_in_Cuba
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Revision by JuliaB. adding date

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Start Date(NONE)Jan 1, 2013
Sourceshttps://www.nationalgeographic.com/magazine/2017/01/gender-identity-map-where-you-can-change-your-gender-on-legal-documents/https://www.nationalgeographic.com/magazine/2017/01/gender-identity-map-where-you-can-change-your-gender-on-legal-documents/
https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/LGBT_rights_in_Cuba
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https://www.nationalgeographic.com/magazine/2017/01/gender-identity-map-where-you-can-change-your-gender-on-legal-documents/ https://www.nationalgeographic.com/magazine/2017/01/gender-identity-map-where-you-can-change-your-gender-on-legal-documents/ https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/LGBT_rights_in_Cuba

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NoteNot required but provided by government.Not required but provided by government. Missing non binary options on documents.
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Not required but provided by government. Missing non binary options on documents.

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No Not required but provided by government.

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ValueLegal, but requires surgeryLegal, no restrictions
Start DateJan 1, 2008(NONE)

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ValueLegal, no restrictionsLegal, but requires surgery
SourcesNohttps://www.nationalgeographic.com/magazine/2017/01/gender-identity-map-where-you-can-change-your-gender-on-legal-documents/
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No https://www.nationalgeographic.com/magazine/2017/01/gender-identity-map-where-you-can-change-your-gender-on-legal-documents/

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ValueLegal, but requires surgeryLegal, no restrictions
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it is provided by the government. No

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