U.S. Customs and Border Protection announced it will close Trusted Traveler Program enrollment centers nationwide beginning March 19 until at least May 1, to reduce risk of COVID-19 exposure. Enrollment on Arrival remains open.
Additional information: BAL has prepared an FAQ that discusses the implications of the measures that have been taken in response to the outbreak on U.S. immigration law. Read the full FAQ here.
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