The Havana correspondent for The Chicago Tribune, Gary Marx, has been told by Cuban authorities that his journalist's visa will not be renewed.
According to news reports, Mr Marx has been given 90 days to pack up his things - and his family - and depart.
And the reason? He was told that his coverage of Cuban affairs for the paper was "too negative".
So, there you have it: as a foreign correspondent, you are more or less welcomed in Cuba ... but only if you remain "positive".