Category: Brazil

Visas, Immigration & Nationality

Czech Republic Opens to Americans and Other Third-Country Nationals

The government of the Czech Republic has announced that as of 23 August vaccination certificates that have been issued in several third countries, including the US, are now accepted as valid proof of immunity. According to a press release issued by the Ministry of Foreign Affairs of the Czech Republic, third-country nationals who have been…
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France, Iceland, and More Added to US Do Not Travel List

On 9 August, the US Centers for Disease Control and Prevention added several more countries to its Level 4: Covid Very High list. The agency is urging Americans not to visit these countries. The countries that moved up to Level 4 include: Aruba Eswatini France French Polynesia Iceland Israel Thailand The CDC has been issuing…
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Post Study Work Options: How to Get a Work Visa in Brazil After Studies

Brazil is the largest country in both South America and Latin America.  It is multicultural and ethnically diverse, influenced by a variety of traditions and histories.  Nearly half of South America is Brazil and the country spans four time zones, from GMT-2 to GMT-5. Brazil is the only country on Earth with both the equator…
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Germany Set to Ease Travel Restrictions for UK and Others

The German government will soften coronavirus travel rules for travellers from Britain along with four other countries.  Travellers from the UK to Germany will face softer quarantine restrictions, after altered recommendations from the German public health agency, the Robert Koch Institute published on 5 July.  The restrictions for the UK, along with Portugal, Russia, India…
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The Netherlands to Open to USA and More

The Dutch government added more countries on their list of safe countries with a low risk of contracting COVID-19 on its official website. The decision has been announced by the Dutch Government, upon a recommendation of the Council of the EU to add these countries to the EU’s list of epidemiologically safe third-countries, the residents…
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