Travel to Cuba by tourists is still technically illegal. Yes we know, there have been countless stories touting relaxed restrictions, and its true there have been many changes in US government policy in the matter, but it’s not a simple process and business travelers who are planning a trip to our island neighbor will need to jump through a few hoops to get their travel approved. Luckily, the folks at CNN have put together a concise guide which details the 12 broad categories of travel activities that have been granted permanent pre-approved status, such as visiting family, doing humanitarian work, or educational research. But be warned, getting a visa for travel to Cuba isn’t as straightforward as faxing a form to the nearest embassy. To read CNN’s concise guide, click here.