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  • International travelers entering Canada by air or by land must now register their travel and contact information with the ArriveCAN app beforehand. Due to the coronavirus pandemic, Canada has implemented a number of strict COVID-19 travel restrictions. One of these involved the creation of the ArriveCAN app, which is designed to allow incoming passengers to

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  • Victoria J. Taylor, the US Ambassador in Zagreb, has confirmed that Croatians will soon be granted visa-free travel to the United States after the country met a key condition to join the Visa Waiver Program for the USA. Foreign citizens included in the US Visa Waiver Program are able to travel to the United States

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  • Greek Prime Minister Kyriakos Mitsotakis has reached an agreement with Israeli PM Benjamin Netanyahu to implement a “green passport” to facilitate travel between Greece and Israel for those who have been vaccinated. The Greece/Israel “green passport” deal was signed on February 8th during a visit by Mitsotakis to Jerusalem, with Netanyahu confirming that those with

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  • Bolivia’s new government has announced that it will reintroduce visa requirements for US citizens and nationals of Israel. Both Americans and Israelis have enjoyed visa exemption for Bolivia since 2019, when interim President Jeanine Áñez amended the list of visa-free nationalities. The aim of this was to stimulate tourism and investment in the country. The

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  • A new electronic visa (eVisa) for Mongolia will be introduced later this year, according to a decision made by Parliament in December. This will allow foreign travelers to obtain permission to visit the country online. The move comes as one of a series of amendments to Mongolia’s immigration regulations made during the last parliamentary session

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  • The government of Anguilla has confirmed the launch of a simple online visa application portal to facilitate the process of obtaining travel authorization to travel to the British Overseas Territory in the Carribean. Quincia Gumbs Marie, the Hon. Parliamentary Secretary Tourism for Anguilla said of the e-Visa launch: “This is a significant and welcome development

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  • The government of Sri Lanka has announced that it has reopened its borders to foreign tourists for the first time in 10 months following an entry ban to contain the spread of COVID-19. On January 19th, 2021, the chairperson of the Sri Lanka Tourism Development Authority, Kimarli Fernando, announced that Sri Lankan borders would reopen

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  • The European Union has announced its intention to create a shared vaccination passport to facilitate travel between member states without the need for travelers to undergo COVID-19 PCR tests or quarantine upon arrival in a destination. Additionally, its use could eventually be expanded to guarantee entry to large gatherings such as musical concerts and sporting

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  • As Christmas fast approaches, many countries around the world continue to limit travel both within their territory and across their borders as they endure the second wave of the coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic. People planning to return home for the holidays should be aware of the travel restrictions for Christmas and New Year and plan their

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  • Kenya’s electronic visa (eVisa) will become a compulsory entry requirement for all travelers who require a visa starting in January 2021. The Kenya eVisa system was launched in 2015 and is currently available to nationals of around 140 different countries. The online platform allows eligible travelers to obtain permission to enter the African state much

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  • Ukrainian authorities have announced that starting from November 1 2020, citizens of 3 Southeast Asian countries will be able to apply online for a Ukraine electronic visa (e-Visa). Until now, nationals of Thailand, Laos, and Myanmar (formerly known as Burma) have been ineligible for the Ukraine e-Visa. Instead, it was necessary to apply for a

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