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Event in Brazil – World Cup 2014

The 2014 FIFA World Cup will be the 20th FIFA World Cup,an international football tournament, that is scheduled to take place in Brazil from 12 June to 13 July 2014. The FIFA World Cup is one of the biggest sporting events on the planet. The four-year dispute between the best teams in the world mobilizes…
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US Visas: State Department Issues Guidance on DV Issuance Priorities

The Green card lottery, also known as the DV program, issues 50,000 immigrant visas annually, based on the results of a random drawing.  The annual Diversity Visa (DV) program run by the Department of State makes available up to 55,000 diversity immigrant visas each year to randomly selected entrants from eligible countries.  The visas…
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US Travel Update: US Opens Travel from Other Countries

DHS Terminates COVID-related Flight Arrival Restrictions The U.S. Government published an announcement confirming that it will stop requiring the arrivals of international flights to only a certain number of airports in the US. But the reason the decision has been reached is not new. Starting on September 14, 2020, the original restrictions aimed at stopping…
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Spain backs Kuwait’s Schengen visa waiver request

The Spanish Parliament supports the exemptions of Kuwaiti citizens from visa requirements to enter the Schengen area, the Spanish Senate President Pilar Llop has announced. Additionally, Llop said he would back this effort within the European Parliament (EP) during his recent visit to Kuwait, where he met Kuwait’s Ambassador to Madrid Eyada Al-Saeedi,  Kuwait has…
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US State Department lifts advisory for international travel

The State Department however still urges citizens to ‘reconsider’ travel to Europe due to COVID-19 The US State Department has lifted its travel advisory advising Americans against travelling during the coronavirus pandemic after more than four months. It has confirmed that it would now look at countries on a case-by-case basis. The US State Department…
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