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The Department of Homeland Security (DHS) announced Tuesday that Croatia would be added to the Visa Waiver Program (VWP).
BAL Analysis: Croatian business and tourist travelers will benefit from the convenience of not having to apply for a visa at a consulate once the change takes effect later this year. Visa-waived travelers are reminded to apply for their ESTA online at least 72 hours prior to travel.
At this time, a number of restrictions on travel to the U.S. remain in place. Travelers should continue to anticipate delays or limited availability of consular services abroad. Employers and employees should continue to consult their BAL professional before planning any international travel.
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