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Good News: Biden Administration Plans to Rescind COVID-19 Travel Bans And Instead Require Proof of Vaccination

By Michael H. Markovitch, Esq. on October, 26, 2021

The White House issued a memo stating that the United States is moving away from country-by-country restrictions and adopting an air travel policy that relies primarily on vaccination.

 

The memo states that as of November 8, 2021 there will be no travel bans in effect anymore but you must be vaccinated.

This proclamation governs the entry into the United States of noncitizen nonimmigrants -- that is, noncitizens who are visiting the United States or otherwise being admitted temporarily -- traveling to the United States by air. It suspends the entry of unvaccinated noncitizen nonimmigrants, except in limited circumstances, and it ensures that the entry of unvaccinated noncitizen nonimmigrants is consistent with applicable health and safety determinations made by the Director of the CDC, including a requirement that, where appropriate, such individuals agree and arrange to become fully vaccinated against COVID-19 upon their arrival.

 

For further information or questions you may have please do not hesitate to contact The  Law Offices of Michael H. Markovitch.The White House issued a memo stating that the United States is moving away from country-by-country restrictions and adopting an air travel policy that relies primarily on vaccination.

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