Cuba critics look to test government on travel law

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Ivan Lee, 12, says goodbye to a family member before traveling to Miami, Florida, where he will reunite with his mother who has been living there for years, as he prepares to board a plane at the Jose Marti International Airport in Havana, Cuba, Monday, Jan. 14, 2013. Cubans formed long lines outside travel agencies and migration offices on Monday, as a highly anticipated new law took effect ending the island's much-hated exit visa requirement. The new law also extends the amount of time Cubans can remain abroad without loosing their Cuban citizenship. Before the law, Cubans had to return within 11 months, but now can remain 24 months abroad, and are eligible for extensions. (AP Photo/Ramon Espinosa)HAVANA (AP) — For years, Cuban dissidents say, authorities' message to them has been the same: Sure, you can leave the country. Just don't expect us to let you come back.