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Europe travel ban to U.S.

Europe travel ban to U.S.

  1. Anonymous

    Allowing us citizens to come back will be allowed? But my question is, i am a green card/residency card (live in us legaly), will i be allowed back as in same policy as us citizens?

  2. RTBones

    Hi Mart – yes, that was the guidance (which, I know, initially came out clear as mud.) If you are a US citizen or have legal residency status in the US (so, green card or other visa applies) you are allowed in. I would expect potential testing and maybe quarantining on arrival.

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