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Jessica A. DeNisi, Klasko Immigration Law Partners

Until recently, the 21st century has been a period of increasing global mobility and travel. Airplane travel, once a rare luxury of the privileged or high-powered executives, has become commonplace and multinational companies have operations, employees and financial interests spread across the globe, requiring the daily transfer of people internationally. All of this changed in spring 2020 when the COVID pandemic significantly curtailed global travel unlike any other time in our history. This sudden and drastic decrease in travel created challenges for businesses in moving their employees, executives and contractors around the world. These restrictions even affect U.S. citizens, as countries shut their borders to U.S. citizens because of COVID infection rates here.

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