Yesterday, by mutual agreement, Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau announced that the US-Canada border will continue to remain closed to nonessential travel (tourism/recreational purposes) until at least June 21. The border was initially closed on March 21 for 30 days, and subsequently extended another 30 days in April.
The border remains open for “essential travel,” which includes:
Please contact a member of our legal team if you have any concerns regarding the ability to travel and return to the U.S. We will continue to provide updates regarding any changes at the northern and southern borders.
In anticipation of a presumed forthcoming expansion of Presidential Proclamation 10014 that could restrict nonimmigrant visa holders, the Compete America Coalition is leading a sign-on letter for businesses directed to President Trump to highlight the value and importance of high-skilled immigrants in our COVID-19 recovery. We encourage all corporate clients to consider supporting this letter and signing on today – unfortunately action needs to be taken by EOB today to ensure inclusion in the letter. Companies can complete this short form to add their names to the letter. We will, in the future, advise clients on additional steps that can be taken to support foreign born professionals.
The Team at Brown Immigration Law
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