U.S. Customs and Border Protection (CBP) has announced airports across the US are reopening to international flights.
While the US travel ban remains in place, certain business travelers may still be eligible to enter the US under the National Interest Exception. How do you know if you qualify and how do you apply for permission to travel?
The US State Department has issued further guidance on the types of travel that may be considered to be in the national interest, and as such exempt from the current US travel ban.
The reversal applies only to students actively enrolled at American institutions on March 9, 2020. Foreign nationals due to start studies in the US in Fall 2020 are subject to an entry ban if their institution is only offering online classes.
President Trump signed an Executive Order on July 14, 2020 terminating preferential treatment within the US immigration rules towards foreign nationals born in Hong Kong and Hong Kong SAR passport holders.