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Mar 27, 2020

50,000 Americans Abroad Seeking State Department Help to Urgently Return to the United States Due to COVID-19 Pandemic; Number of Those Diagnosed With COVID-19 Is Unknown

The State Department estimates that as many as 50,000 United States citizens are stuck in foreign countries, who have requested evacuation and reparation assistance as a result of the COVID-19 pandemic. While the overall number was released, specific demographic and location information remained confidential, including the number of Americans abroad who already may be infected with COVID-19 and the severity of their medical condition. » Read More

Feb 13, 2020

Department of Homeland Security Suspends New York Residents From All Trusted Traveler Programs

As an aftereffect of the Driver’s License Access and Privacy Act that went into effect on December 14, 2019, the Department of Homeland Security (DHS) has now suspended Trusted Traveler Programs such as Global Entry (for entry from abroad), NEXUS (for entry from Canada), SENTRI (for entry from Canada and Mexico), and FAST (for truck drivers entering the U.S. » Read More

Dec 20, 2018

Employers Face Legal Obligations for Traveling Employees

Our corporate clients often benefit from speaking with other professionals outside the legal industry.  As such, we offered the opportunity to our good friend, Bernie Heer of Frenkel Benefits, to be a guest blogger on our Immigration Blog.  Bern is an employee benefits and self-funding expert and advisor to businesses across the country, bringing over 30 years of experience in the health insurance industry.   » Read More

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