WASHINGTON - The United States, in another overture towards Cuba, has suggested resuming migration talks with the Cuban government after six years of suspension, a State Department official said the other day. We intend to use the renewal of talks to reaffirm both sides commitment to face legal and orderly migration, said the official who asked not to be identified. Officials of the United States and Cuba used to have migration talks every two years before the Bush administration unilaterally suspended the dialogues in 2004. US President Barack Obama has been trying to repair ties with Cuba since taking office in January. In April he ordered to lift restrictions on travel and money transfers by Cuban-Americans to Cuba, and allowed American telecommunications firms to provide services for the Cubans. Since the victory of the Cuban revolution in 1959, the US administrations have invariably adopted a hostile policy toward Cuba. The United States severed relations with Cuba in 1961 and has imposed economic blockade and restrictive measures on trade with Cuba since 1962.