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Starting November 08, 2021, US Government to Lift International Travel Bans for Both Air and Land Entries for Non-Essential Travels

Starting November 08, 2021, US Government to Lift International Travel Bans for both air and land entries for Non-Essential Travels. Travelers from dozens of countries including India, China, UK, Ireland, South Africa, Brazil, and Schengen Countries will be allowed to travel into the United States, but they’ll need to be fully vaccinated against COVID-19. Please note, in addition to providing the proof of being fully vaccinated, travelers will need to provide proof of negative COVID-19 test taken 72 hours before departure to the United States. However, unvaccinated US Citizens will need to provide proof of negative COVID-19 test taken 24 hours before departure to the United States. Moreover, travelers entering the United States through land borders will not need to provide evidence proof that they have underdone gone a negative COVID-19 test.

Also, the Center for Disease Control (CDC) has updated the airlines with the list of all FDA approved and authorized vaccines, as well as those vaccines that have an Emergency Use Listing from the World Health Organization that will be accepted for air travel to the United States. The FDA approved vaccines include those produced by Pfizer, BioNTech, Moderna, Johnson and Johnson, Oxford/AstraZeneca, India’s Covishield, Sinopharm (Beijing), and Sinovac.

We will regularly update the blog as soon as any new information is available.

Disclaimer

This article aims to provide new information concerning international travel ban imposed by United States. This article, under no circumstances, acts as legal advice; therefore, for any immigration questions, please contact your Attorney or the Ahluwalia Law Offices, P.C. (Team ALO).

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