Tag: #loveisnottourism

USA: Biden Supports Unmarried Partners of US Citizens

International citizens who are in a relationship with a US citizen and who have been stranded in other countries amid the Coronavirus pandemic outbreak may soon be able to reunite. The speculations that such a decision would become a reality has been raised by the Daily Caller Senior White House Correspondent Christian Datoc, through his…
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Love is not Tourism, Love is Essential: How to Get Your Love Contract and Reunite with Your Partner

29/10/20 update: Canada, Tunisia, and Georgia were removed from the list of countries allowed into Europe. If you have spent any time on social media, you might have seen the hashtags #LoveisEssential and #LoveisNotTourism flooding your feeds. These messages are accompanied by heartbreaking stories of star-crossed lovers forced to remain separated from their partners due…
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‘Love is not tourism’ EU urges members to reunite bi-national couples split by coronavirus restrictions

‘Love is not tourism’: EU urges members to reunite bi-national couples split by coronavirus restrictions

The European Union is pushing member state countries to ease COVID-19 travel restrictions to allow unmarried bi-national couples to reunite after almost half a year since restrictions caused the separation of these couples. Generally, EU and Schengen member states have reopened their borders between themselves and a list of EU approved third-countries that are considered…
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Europe Travel Ban: Norway Refuses to Reopen Borders to Third-Countries

Following on from the European Union updating it’s Europe Travel Ban, Norway has responded. The EU Council’s updated travel safe list of 12 third-countries allowed to travel into Europe and the Schengen Area has been rejected.  Norway continues to refuse entry to third country nationals stating that the Norwegian Government will carefully assess the epidemiological…
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Switzerland Allows Entry for Unmarried Partners from Third Countries

Swiss authorities have exceptionally lifted restrictions on entry to people from non-EU/Schengen countries (and the 12 countries on the EU safe list) whose ‘significant other half’ lives in Switzerland. From 3rd August, Switzerland is to join the list of Schengen and EU Member States that allows unmarried partners from third-countries that have their partner in…
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