COVID-19: Latest Travel and Immigration Updates

July 10, 2020

This is the latest immigration and travel information from Newland Chase. This dedicated page is updated daily at 11am BST and 5.30pm BST and at 7am EST and 1.30pm.

10 July 2020 | Updates: Costa Rica, Croatia, Estonia, Greece, Indonesia, Italy, Norway, Romania, South Korea, United Kingdom.

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It is an unprecedented time. As a result of the COVID-19 global pandemic, many countries have implemented restrictions on entry and exit, visa and work permit issuance, closed borders, tightened quarantine rules and taken other measures in an attempt to slow the spread of COVID-19. These restrictions may affect international business travel and assignment plans.

Some countries have also introduced immigration concessions to facilitate applications; for example, moving to online applications, accepting soft copies of documents, granting automatic extension approval and more. However, these concessions must be reviewed country by country as the requirement to make a notification or other applications is often still in place.

View Guide

View our comprehensive guide, which gathers together the knowledge and data we have on entry restrictions, immigration restrictions (office closures, visa suspensions, etc.) and immigration concessions, worldwide. Updated twice daily as new information is released. 

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Disclaimer: We have aggregated information about some immigration-related restrictions imposed by some countries in response to this situation. The guide above contains information abridged from laws and administrative rulings and should not be construed or relied upon as legal advice.