Avoiding Future Travel Issues for Clients with COVID-19 Travel Complications - Recording (.MP3)
Questions regarding travel have become complicated, and the rules seem like they are in constant flux. In this intermediate panel, our expert faculty will discuss travel issues across multiple statuses. They also will address returning resident issues, current travel restrictions, the latest on post-pandemic trends, and additional complications for tourists, residents, and visa travelers.
- Long COVID-Caused Stays Abroad
- B-1/B-2 Extensions and the Consequences of Extended Processing Times on Departures and Returns
- Overstays: Is There Any Mercy at All?
- Visa Waivers and Satisfactory Departure
- Consular Processing Times Post-COVID
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