Relatives of the late Cuban dissident Oswaldo Paya are settling in Miami as "political refugees."
A spokesman for the Christian Liberation Movement says the dissident's wife, two children and other relatives arrived by plane from Havana on Thursday.
Paya's daughter, Rosa Maria, traveled to Miami in April as part of a tour of Europe and the United States in which she pushed for an international investigation into her father's death. Paya was killed in a car accident alongside another dissident in 2012.
During her visit, Rosa Maria Paya said her family had been threatened and harassed as they've pushed for answers in her father's death. Still, she returned to Cuba.
The Paya family can stay abroad for two years without losing their social benefits on the island.