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  • U.S. Details New Plans for Air Travel for Foreign Nationals Starting Next Month

    The Biden administration on Monday outlined new details of its plans to allow Covid-19-vaccinated foreign nationals to travel to the United States again starting November 8, including details on which vaccines will be permitted and who will be exempted from requirements. Remember, these are the new rules for air travel. We’re still waiting for rules […]
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  • Policy Update: President Biden issues Global Travel Proclamation detailing New COVID-19 Requirements for Air Travel

    On October 25, 2021, the White House issued a Presidential Proclamation, A Proclamation on Advancing the Safe Resumption of Global Travel During the COVID-⁠19 Pandemic, detailing the new COVID-19 requirements for air travelers. This Global Travel Proclamation outlines the upcoming move away from the country-by-country restrictions previously applied during the COVID-19 pandemic to an air travel […]
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  • U.S. Government announces relaxed restrictions for vaccinated international travelers starting this November

    On September 20, 2021, the White House Coronavirus Response Coordinator Jeff Zients announced the U.S. will be lifting pandemic-related travel restrictions for select countries that were imposed at the beginning of last year. Specifically, the U.S. will re-open for air travelers from 33 countries including China, India, Brazil, and a majority of Europe if they […]
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  • How to Enter Canada with a DWI/DUI Conviction

    Our Canadian Immigration Lawyer, Tiffany McKenzie, is here to tell us how to enter Canada with a DWI/DUI conviction. If you would like more information, or to apply for a rehabilitation permit to enter Canada, contact Berardi Immigration Law today.
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  • Confused About Testing? Here’s What You Need to Know to Enter Canada

    Here’s the latest on testing at the border. Our office has been getting a ton of questions about which test you need to enter Canada as a U.S. citizen or permanent resident, so this video walks you through the specifics. Of course, if you have any questions then please don’t hesitate to contact us. We’d […]
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  • A Warning for U.S. Work Permit Holders

    Are you a U.S. work permit holder on an overseas holiday? Just because you have a work permit doesn’t mean you’ll be able to return to the U.S. once your vacation is finished. In this video, Berardi Immigration Law Associate Attorney Gabriella Agostinelli has vital information for any U.S. work permit holder who is traveling […]
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  • Canadians: Watch This Video Before You Travel

    If you’re a Canadian citizen on a U.S. work permit traveling outside North America, you need to watch this video right away. Many of our clients, who have U.S. work permits but traveled to Europe or other destination over the summer, are having difficulty flying back to the United States. Currently, U.S. travel restrictions only […]
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  • Traveling to Canada under the “Vaccinated Traveler Exemption”

    As of August 9th, fully vaccinated U.S. citizens and lawful permanent residents can travel to Canada for non-essential purposes. Vaccinated travelers are also exempt from the quarantine and day-8 testing requirements previously implemented by the Canadian government.  How to qualify for the Vaccinated Traveler Exemption To qualify for the Vaccinated Traveler Exemption, an individual must […]
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  • Crossing the Border: e-SAFE

    There’s a lot of confusion at the border lately. Luckily, there is one bright spot. Berardi Immigration Law Associate Attorney Gabriella Agostinelli has the details in this Crossing the Border update. Do you need a waiver to apply for TN or L-1 status? In 2020, the U.S. government started to process waiver applications using e-SAFE. […]
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  • NIEs Automatically Extended for 12 Months

    On July 6th 2021, the Department of State released guidance confirming that, “existing National Interest Exceptions (NIE) will be valid for 12 months from the date of approval and for multiple entries, as long as they are used for the purpose under which they were granted.” The 12-month extension applies retroactively to all existing NIEs […]
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