Major Reform To Immigration Bill May Lead To Increased Vetting For U.S. Travelers

Major Reform To Immigration Bill May Lead To Increased Vetting For U.S. Travelers

Major Immigration Reform

Major Immigration Reform Bill Gaining Support

A bipartisan bill proposing major reforms to the Immigration and Nationality Act (INA) is gaining traction in Congress. If signed into law, H.R. 392, or “The Fairness for High-Skilled Immigrants Act of 2017,” would eliminate the current per country numerical cap for employment-based immigrants and increase the per country limitation for family based immigrants from 7% to 15% of the total number of family-sponsored visas… Read More

Attention Travelers: Additional Security Protocols Implemented

Travelers on non-stop flights to the United States should expect additional delays as they will be subject to further security interviews as part of new check-in protocols implemented by the Trump Administration.
 
As of October 26, 2017, US-bound travelers should anticipate being interviewed at the check-in counters or at the gate before boarding the plane.  This new security measure will also affect domestic flights, as the Transportation Security Administration (TSA) will perform a more thorough inspection of luggage and travelers may be prevented from checking in luggage curbside at the airport.. Read More