Government will allow Cubans travel freely
HAVANA – The Cuban government announced Tuesday that it will eliminate a half-century-old restriction that requires citizens to get an exit visa to leave the country.
The decree that takes effect Jan. 14 will eliminate a much-loathed bureaucratic procedure that has kept many Cubans from traveling or moving abroad.
“These measures are truly substantial and profound,” said Col. Lamberto Fraga, Cuba’s deputy chief of immigration.
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