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Category: Travel

  • Not Vaccinated? What Does That Mean at the Border?

    Canada dropped its vaccine mandate for entry. Even some cruise lines no longer require passengers to show proof of vaccination. But the United States still requires a vaccine for entry. So, what if you’re not vaccinated? And what if you’re a green card holder or U.S. citizen? Watch this video with our Managing Partner Rosanna […]
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  • Thanksgiving U.S. Travel Tips

    As Thanksgiving approaches, it’s important to keep a few tips in mind that might make traveling over the long weekend easier! Just a reminder that the U.S. is still requiring non-U.S. citizens who are traveling to the U.S. to be fully vaccinated against COVID-19.  According to the CDC, you are considered fully vaccinated: 2 weeks […]
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  • Favorite Places: Hawaii

    In the video below, Associate Attorney Erica Chiodo shares one of her favorite places to travel: Hawaii! Visiting Hawaii can be a wonderful, once-in-a-lifetime experience. Before you book your flight to paradise, however, it is important to take immigration law into account. If you are traveling from abroad, it may be necessary to secure a […]
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  • Denied Entry to Canada: Temporary Resident Permit vs Criminal Rehabilitation

    In our latest video, Canadian Immigration Attorney Tiffany McKenzie talks about rehabilitation applications. Watch the video below and you may also be interested in our DWI Entry to Canada page. If you have any questions, contact Berardi Immigration Law today. We would love to hear from you.
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  • Favorite Places: United Kingdom

    In our Favorite Places series, our attorneys are share places they love to visit. Here, Canadian Immigration Attorney Tiffany McKenzie talks about her favorite trip, which was while she was going to law school in England! Whether you’re traveling for business or pleasure, whether it’s universal visa services, a business/recreational B visa, and whatever other […]
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  • Vacation? Business Trip? How to Enter Canada with a Criminal Record

    A Temporary Resident Permit (TRP) allows an individual to enter and/or stay in Canada for a specific period of time if a valid reason for entry can be established. A TRP is typically granted for one off, short trips. A TRP is a temporary solution to the 10 year ban on admissibility, but it provides […]
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  • Favorite Places: Semester at Sea

    In our Favorite Places series, our attorneys are share places they love to visit. Here, Partner Jennifer Behm talks about her wonderful experience spending a semester at sea. Whether you’re traveling for business or pleasure, whether it’s universal visa services, a business/recreational B visa, and whatever other legal assistance you need, Berardi Immigration Law can […]
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  • Can You Use Your NEXUS Card After It Expires?

    Canadian Immigration Attorney Tiffany McKenzie talks about whether you can use your NEXUS card after it expires in the video below. If you have any questions, contact Berardi Immigration Law today. We would love to hear from you.
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  • Favorite Places: Greece

    Associate Attorney Rebecca Bentley continues our series of Favorite Places to visit with a look at Greece in the video below. Whether you’re traveling for business or pleasure, Berardi Immigration Law can help with your visit. Check out our Universal Visa Services page for more info and, if you have any questions, contact us today.
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  • How to Avoid Denied Entry to Canada

    Berardi Immigration Law can help you cross the border with confidence. Your criminal record may be sealed – or old criminal charges may have been removed from your record in the United States. But you could still be denied entry to Canada. It happened over the weekend to a popular musical act. Don’t leave it […]
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