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Countries around the world continue to lift COVID-19 entry restrictions, and many employers and employees are planning travel abroad this summer. COVID-19 continues to affect travel to the U.S., however, and BAL urges employees to take precautions, consult their BAL professional and weigh key considerations when planning international travel.
BAL Analysis: While many countries are lifting COVID-19 travel restrictions, the U.S. continues to enforce a vaccine requirement for inbound nonimmigrant foreign nationals. Visa and passport services continue to be delayed. Employers and employees should continue to consult their BAL professional before planning any international travel.
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