Category: USA

Visas, Immigration & Nationality

U.S. Airline Set to Launch “Quarantine-Free” Flight to Italy

Quarantine-free travel between the US and Europe is a step closer with the announcement that Delta Airlines will launch a COVID-19 testing program on its flights between Atlanta and Rome. Delta Air Lines is working with Italy’s national airline, Alitalia, to resume an air route that has been closed since the rise of the pandemic. …
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U.S. Considers to Lift International Travel Ban

After eight months of border closures to European travellers, including the United Kingdom, the US government is reportedly considering removing the ban on international visitors from Europe and Brazil. Discussions among the federal government, public health agencies and airlines have resulted in widespread official support for the move, which still requires approval by the U.S.…
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Trump Toughens Visa Requirements to Make It Hard for Foreigners to Work in the US

The administration of U.S. President Donald Trump has sped up attempts to make harder, the process for U.S. companies to hire skilled foreign workers, before the end of the year and amidst the presidential elections. The Trump administration has released H-1B regulatory changes making it more difficult for professional foreign workers to obtain work visas…
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How to Avoid the US Travel Ban Without Breaking Any Rules

UPDATE: Quarantine Required for All Travellers, Europe Travel Ban Still in Effect The COVID-19 pandemic has thrown the travel industry into a frenzy. In order to contain the spread of the virus, many countries have issued temporary bans, which prohibit foreign travellers from entering their borders. The United States has also placed strict restrictions on…
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US Immigration Update: US Green Card Bonanza & H-1B Changes

The first week of October has been busy.  There have been a number of significant developments in U.S. Immigration in the past few days. Federal District Court Halts Implementation of Nonimmigrant Visa Ban On 1 October 2020, Judge Jeffrey S. White issued an order stopping the Department of State (DOS) and Department of Homeland Security…
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