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Visas, Immigration & Nationality

Trump Cancels Visas for Over 1,000 Chinese Nationals

The United States revoked visas for more than 1,000 Chinese nationals to prevent visa abuse & research Theft under a presidential proclamation. The move denies entry to students and researchers deemed a security risk by the State Department. China has called the moves a violation of human rights. Under a presidential proclamation announced on late…
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Judge Urges Trump Administration to Grant Visas to Green Card Lottery Winners

President Donald Trump’s administration has been ordered by a federal judge in Washington to resume issuing immigrant diversity visas to persons who won them through the Green Card lottery 2020. This is after the Green card procedures were frozen amid the COVID-19 ban on temporary US work visas. The Green card lottery, also known as…
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What’s Next: British passport after Brexit transition period ends this December

British holidaymakers wishing to travel on European holidays from January 2021 are set to face new entry conditions in a number of destinations. The Foreign, Commonwealth and Development Office (FCDO) has outlined new updates, including some major passport changes, for nations including Germany, Spain, Portugal and Italy. Regardless of whether or not a deal is…
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Croatia one step away from US visa waiver

It has been reported that United States visas for Croatian citizens will be history if another 2,000 are issued this month.  The Croatian Foreign Ministry has asked civil servants and people in the banking and business sectors to apply for US visas and they will almost certainly be approved, which will help the rejection rate…
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Travel to the US After the Travel Ban: Returning Resident Visas and COVID-19 Travel

With travel restrictions worldwide passing the six month mark and the USA being one of the first countries to instigate a travel ban with its presidential proclamations has meant that US residents were not able to return to the US for six months. Lawful Permanent Residents (LPRs) and Conditional Permanent Residents (CPRs) who are stuck…
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