Category: Slovenia

Visas, Immigration & Nationality

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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UK Travel Update: No Quarantine for Vaccinated Travellers From US and EU Excluding France

The UK has announced that fully vaccinated travellers arriving from Europe and the US will no longer have to quarantine on arrival in England — except for those arriving from France. The new rule kicks in on 02 August 2021. UK Transport Secretary Grant Shapps, confirmed the move on Twitter on 28 July 2021. We’re…
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US Travel Ban to Stay: Europeans and Others Banned in the US

The United States announced on 26 July that it will keep existing COVID-19 restrictions on international travel in place for now due to concerns about the surging infection rate because of the Delta variant. It was the latest sign that the White House is having to recalibrate its thinking around the coronavirus pandemic as the…
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The US to Lift Travel Ban

To the relief of the beleaguered transatlantic travel sector, the United States could soon welcome travellers from European countries, as US President Joe Biden has indicated that soon the ban imposed on travel from Europe could be abolished. The United States administration has suspended flights from Europe for 16 months now in an effort to…
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EU Safe List: Adds Ukraine But Removes Two Countries

The European Union Council has announced on 15 July that the borders of the EU Member States will now be open to travellers from Ukraine as the country has been added to the EU’s epidemiologically safe countries list. At the same time, it has been revealed that stricter travel restrictions will be imposed against all…
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