Visa & Passport Policy Changes

Brazil Visa Requirements

Brazil to Drop Visa Requirements for US Citizens in June

Americans can soon add Brazil to their list of possible last-minute travel destinations! Beginning June 17, South America’s largest country will allow visa-free entry for citizens of the U.S., Canada, Japan, and Australia. Tourists from these select four countries will be able to stay 90 days at a time, during …

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EU Waiver Requirements

Understanding the New Waiver Requirements for EU Travel in 2021

Europe-bound travelers will soon need to add an extra form to their pre-travel plans. Beginning January 1, 2021, Americans must obtain authorization before entering a majority of the European Union. While not technically a visa, the paperwork will make last-minute trips to the world’s most frequently visited region slightly more …

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sex offender passport

Sex Offenders & Passports: The Latest News

A few months ago, we shared information sex offenders and passports – specifically, a new passport rule affecting registered child sex offenders. Like most US citizens convicted of felonies, registered child sex offenders are able to legally get a passport so that they can travel internationally. The biggest exceptions are …

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Travel Ban and Visas

Trump Administration Restricts Visas from these 8 Countries

President Trump’s travel ban (part two) is expiring, so his administration has made moves to restrict travel to the United States from several countries. According to a new executive order, travel visas to the United States will be banned or restricted from five of the six countries blocked in the …

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EUROPEAN UNION- US Citizens Visa-Free to Europe for Foreseeable Future

May 26, 2017 Citizens of the United States will continue to enjoy visa-free travel to European Union countries for the foreseeable future. Last week, the European Commission indefinitely delayed any action on the March 3, 2017, request from the European Parliament to suspend the visa-free scheme for U.S. nationals due …

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