When you enter the United States, you are inspected by a Customs and Border Protection (CBP) agent. After approving your admission to the United States, the border inspector does two things:
Beware the Promises of Notarios! STOP! Despite the excitement about new White House immigration announcements, it is more important than ever to seek advice from a qualified immigration attorney or an accredited representative about your specific situation.
During the COVID-19 pandemic, travel restrictions can change quickly for both lawful permanent residents and others seeking to enter or return to the United States. If at all possible, traveling outside the United States should be avoided except in the most urgent situations.
The Biden administration announced that in November 2021, it will lift the COVID-19 travel restriction for specific countries and instead require all foreign travelers to provide proof of COVID-19 vaccination before boarding a flight to the United States.