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Can I enrol with #EVUS from the airport?

Can I enrol with #EVUS from the airport?

| July 7, 2020

If you’re a Chinese national with a 10-year B1/B2 visa for the US, you’ll need to register with EVUS before travelling. With so much to think about when planning a trip, it can be easy to forget that DS-160 form is just the first step to getting access to the US. You’ll then need to […]

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#Laos begins to reopen as #Coronavirus lockdown eased

#Laos begins to reopen as #Coronavirus lockdown eased

| May 25, 2020

In response to the recent Covid-19 outbreak, governments across the world have put measures in place to curb the spread of the disease and protect citizens. Laos has so far managed to keep the coronavirus under control. As of May 12th, the nation has recorded fewer than 20 confirmed cases, the vast majority of which […]

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Steps UK government is taking to make sure travel and commerce remain unaffected after #Brexit

Steps UK government is taking to make sure travel and commerce remain unaffected after #Brexit

| March 21, 2019

After Brexit, there’s a good chance that many Brits will still want to travel to and from Europe for holidays and business. If the UK leaves without a deal, then the rules are likely to change somewhat. However, the government is trying to ensure that UK nationals’ and UK business’ working conditions aren’t impacted. The […]

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Five member states progress towards full #visa reciprocity with the United States

Yesterday, Commissioner Dimitris Avramopoulos met with government officials from five EU member states that aren’t allowed Visa-free travel in the Unites States.   The countries, Bulgaria, Romania, Croatia, Poland and Cyprus allow US citizens to travel due to their participation in the Schengen zone. They are seeking fair and equal treatment for their citizens visiting […]

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Initiative gives #Erasmus+ students the chance to win free travel

Students in Europe will be encouraged to travel throughout different EU Countries under the Move2Learn, Learn2Move initiative. It will give a chance to 5,000 young citizens to study in different countries while traveling sustainably. The initiative was linked with the 30th anniversary of the Erasmus programme and will focus on increased student mobility as well […]

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Parliament asks Commission to press for full US-EU #visa reciprocity

Parliament asks Commission to press for full US-EU #visa reciprocity

The EU Commission is legally obliged to take measures temporarily reintroducing visa requirements for US citizens, given that Washington still does not grant visa-free access to nationals of five EU countries. In a resolution approved on Thursday (2 March), MEPs urge the Commission to adopt the necessary legal measures “within two months”.  The text prepared […]

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UK must obey EU #FreeMovement laws until it leaves the EU, say MEPs

UK must obey EU #FreeMovement laws until it leaves the EU, say MEPs

Until the UK leaves the EU, it must obey EU laws on free movement, said a majority of MEPs in a plenary debate with the EU Commission on Wednesday (1 March). The EU Commission must ensure that the free movement rights of EU citizens living in the UK are respected, they added. Many speakers also […]

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