The U.S. will allow fully vaccinated foreign nationals to cross its land borders with Canada and Mexico for tourism starting next month.
Fully vaccinated nonessential travelers will be allowed to cross the U.S. border from Mexico starting in November, ending nearly 20 months of pandemic restrictions that were choking businesses in ...
Fully vaccinated Canadians will be able to cross the land and ferry border between the U.S. and Canada more freely in November, but the jury is still out about Canadians who received mixed doses.
The U.S. government has announced that Canadians who received two different vaccine doses can enter the U.S. when the border opens to non-essential road travel from Canada starting Nov. 8.
The policy will apply only to legal travel, not to undocumented immigrants, such as the nearly 30,000 Haitians who arrived at the Texas border last month.
The change is set to begin in November. Then in January, all foreign nationals crossing through the ports into the United States, whether for essential or non-essential purposes, will have ...
The hearing comes two months after a judge ruled that Maine failed to follow proper procedures when it granted the developer a lease to cross two parcels of public land.
The U.S. will reopen its land borders to nonessential travel next month, ending a 19-month freeze due to the COVID-19 pandemic. Canada has been allowing vaccinated Americans to visit since August.