As countries around the world ease COVID-19 entry restrictions this summer, employees may be planning trips to visit family abroad or vacation overseas and renew their visas simultaneously. A number of U.S. travel restrictions remain in place, however, and employers and employees are urged to continue to take additional precautions, consult their BAL professional and weigh considerations when planning international travel.
Key travel considerations:
BAL Analysis: Recent changes make travel from the U.S. to many countries easier. A number of U.S. travel restrictions remain in place, however, which may make re-entry to the United States difficult or impossible. Travelers should also 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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