Employment-Based Travel in a COVID World - Recording(.MP3)
More than a year since COVID-19 hit the U.S., employers are looking for ways to help navigate employment-based travel issues presented by the pandemic. In this fundamentals/intermediate session, our panel of experts will discuss current travel restrictions and various other immigration-related considerations for employers. This will include working with U.S. embassies to schedule and expedite interviews, as well as strategies to overcome potential ongoing obstacles to travel.
- Current Impact of the COVID-19 Pandemic and International Travel Restrictions
- Pre-Departure Requirements for Travel to the United States: New Rules and Procedures
- Regional COVID-19-Related Travel Restrictions
- National Interest Exceptions: Scope, Application, Eligibility for Exceptions, and Where to File
- Tips and Strategies for Scheduling Consular Interviews
- Examples of Overcoming Ongoing Travel Restrictions
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