The White House announced last week that it does not have immediate plans to lift regional COVID-19 travel restrictions in the near future due to the COVID-19 Delta variant.
BAL Analysis: Travelers are reminded that U.S. travel restrictions remain in place at this time. BAL continues to closely monitor developments. Individuals with immediate travel needs should consult their BAL professional on best available travel options. Applicants should continue to expect delays in processing, as consulates are still operating at reduced capacity. To learn more about consular delays, travel bans and the October Visa Bulletin, click here to register for BAL’s client-only webinar on Aug. 12.
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