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Visas, Immigration & Nationality

UK Travel Update: UK Relaxes French Travel Restrictions

On 4 August, the British government announced that travellers from France to England will no longer need to be quarantined upon arrival provided they are fully vaccinated against COVID-19. The UK Department for Transport said it had taken the decision after a drop in the proportion of cases of the Beta variant of COVID-19 in…
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US Adds Several EU Countries to Travel Warning List

As part of its ongoing efforts to keep American travellers around the world safe, the United States has issued updated travel guidance once more. The United States is now advising against travel to destinations including Greece, Ireland, and Malta. These destinations can now be found on the US State Department and US Centers for Disease…
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Travellers Fined After Providing False Info to Enter Canada

In order to mitigate the spread of coronavirus, Canada follows strict entry rules for arrivals. Travellers need to show proof of vaccination, pre-departure COVID test and a quarantine plan. Two travellers from the United States were reportedly caught submitting false documents pertaining to proof of vaccination and pre-departure coronavirus tests. The Public Health Agency of…
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Australia International Travel: Roadmap to Reopening Borders

Australia has had some of the strictest restrictions and lockdowns in the world. Its borders have been shut to the rest of the world for more than a year, and Australian residents are not permitted to leave the country. The only country Australians have been permitted to travel to is New Zealand, as the two…
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UK Travel Green List: Hope for UK Holidaymakers

UK holidaymakers have been given a boost after the UK Foreign Secretary Dominic Raab stated he is increasingly confident more countries will soon be added to the UK’s green list of travel destinations. The British government previously announced that vaccinated travellers from the amber list do not need to quarantine. Despite the changes to amber…
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