Author: Charlie

Visas, Immigration & Nationality

Canada-US Extended Land Border Closure, Testing and Hotel Quarantine

Canada and the United States announced the further extension of their mutual ban on non-essential land-border crossings through 21 May. These restrictions were first imposed bilaterally back in March 2020 to mitigate transmission of the COVID-19 virus and have been renewed by both nations following review on a monthly basis ever since. Canada’s COVID-19 measures…
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US Travel Update: More Countries Under ‘Do Not Travel’ Advisory

The US has surpassed the milestone of at least partially inoculating more than half of all adults against the coronavirus. However, US officials have increased the number of countries on the “Do Not Travel” list due to the continued risk associated with the pandemic. The US State Department stated on 19 April, it will boost…
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Czech Republic Working Holiday Visas

A work holiday visa is a special visa that allows young adults to work and live in a foreign country for a period of time.  It aims to encourage young people to see more of the world, without needing to make permanent moves. And to help youths fund their travels, the visa allows you to…
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France Travel Update: Restrictions to Be Lifted for Vaccinated Travellers in May

Things are looking up for vaccinated American travellers. Several European nations have announced restrictions are lifted to third-country nationals especially those vaccinated American tourists. In an interview, French President Emmanuel Macron said that France is finalising plans to start its lifting restrictions on non-EU travellers, including those from the US, within the next few weeks.…
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EU Aims to Have Digital Green Certificates in Use By Summer

New data from travel industries shows more and more people are looking forward to travelling again. Government officials are now focusing on how to safely restart international and domestic trips and mitigate the economic disruption caused by the pandemic. The member states of the European Union have agreed to move forward with a recently proposed…
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