Being a lauded Principal at a neoclassical company with a wide range of rep should mean that the dancer is a fit for another comparable company. The same thing is true for most Principal Dancers and Soloists at SFB, PNB, MCB, Pennsylvania Ballet, Boston Ballet, Ballet West, Ballet Arizona, Joffrey Ballet, Cincinnati Ballet, and Kansas City Ballet, just to name some. Houston Ballet may be the only stylistic exception, although the times I've seen the company live and on film, I didn't get the impression that Welch's rep had that many stylistic anomalies.
Every time Cuban dancers defect, they are absorbed into US companies, most of them immediately. Stylistically, they are trained in ABT's rep, not Balanchine rep and not neoclassical rep, but that hasn't stopped AD's from hiring them and casting them. Angel Corella, for example, just hired three Cuban dancers who are stylistic anomalies to the rep the company dances. Promotions and/or Principal casting have been quick in many cases, and blending into the corps isn't an issue.