Category: Coronavirus

Visas, Immigration & Nationality

Malta Offers to Pay International Tourists This Summer

Want to earn some money while enjoying your summer vacation? Malta will be just the destination for you. In order to jumpstart its tourism economy, Malta announced a scheme to encourage independent travellers to stay in its hotels starting in June. Tourism and Consumer Protection Minister Clayton Bartolo announced on 30 March that the Maltese…
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Croatia Now Open For American Tourists

Croatia has now reopened for a second time and is once again allowing visitors from the United States and other countries outside the EU to visit as tourists. After enjoying a very successful tourism season throughout the summer, the government of Croatia changed some rules in their entry requirements at the end of 2020, which…
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UK Restarting International Travel on 17 May

The British government has confirmed that summer holidays abroad can go ahead as scheduled. “International travel could resume from 17 May at the earliest in an accessible and affordable way,” the government says as it publishes its second Global Travel Taskforce report. Global Travel Taskforce has published how international travel, including cruises, could resume from…
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USA: CDC Issues ‘Very High’ Warning Against All Travel to Canada

With over 1 million COVID-19 cases in Canada, the United States Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) has issued a warning against all travel to Canada due to the “current situation” in the country.  The United States CDC issued a Level 4 or “very high” warning against all travel to Canada, stating: “Because of…
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UK Overseas Travel: Summer Trips Still Unclear

Months and months of lockdown have left people excited about the prospect of travelling again this summer. People have been waiting for the announcement from the UK officials to confirm that the UK is on the way to easing travel restrictions. While confirming that restaurants, pubs and shops in England will reopen next week, Prime…
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