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Latest Immigration Updates

Nov 29 2021
In response to the identification of a new COVID variant named Omicron, President Biden issued a Proclamation on November 26, 2021, barring the entry of any persons who have been present in any of eight southern African countries during the 14 days prior to entry to the U.S.
Oct 26 2021
In a statement released yesterday - October 25, 2021- the White House announced that starting on November 8, 2021, travel restrictions imposed on travelers from certain countries (China, Schengen Zone, UK, Ireland, South Africa, India, Brazil and Iran) will be lifted.
Aug 3 2021
National Interest Exceptions for travelers subject to entry restrictions under various Presidential Proclamations are now valid for 12 months from the date of issue. They were previously valid for only 30 days.
Apr 27 2021
Updated May 6th 2021 Dear Stanford International Community,
Apr 9 2021
We are writing to inform you of new guidance we have received regarding visa stamp validity.