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Plan Ahead for Holiday Travel: 2021 Checklist for Foreign Nationals and Employers – JD Supra

[co-author: Chiara Wellman]
International travelers  should expect busy consulates and U.S. Ports of Entry with the lifting of travel bans coinciding with the holiday season.  Additionally, some consulates are not fully operational and many are experiencing limited appointment availability and delays in visa processing. Consular appointments are subject to cancellation with little notice. We encourage all travelers to plan ahead to minimize delays when traveling abroad and entering the U.S. Our holiday travel checklist is designed to help foreign national employees and employers schedule appointments and gather required documentation in advance.
New requirements for international travelers to the U.S. took effect November 8, 2021.  Foreign nationals traveling to the U.S. are required to provide proof of full vaccination against COVID-19 and proof of a negative COVID-19 test taken within 3 days of boarding a flight to the U.S. The accepted types of vaccines include FDA approved or authorized vaccines and WHO Emergency Use Listing vaccines. More information regarding vaccines is available from the Centers for Disease Control (CDC).
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