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Exemption for non-immigrant visas to covid related travel ban.

Current holders of valid non-immigrant visas who were outside of the US when the travel ban came into effect, on March 13 2020, are currently not allowed to return to the US. These individuals were considered, by the US government, sufficiently useful to the US economy to have been granted permission to work and live in the US for a short term, time limited period. The travel ban leaves them cut-off from their homes,... more »

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The families of all Chinese students studying in the U.S. will appreciate it if the U.S. can adjust its travel restriction.

I'm an ordinary Chinese man. My only child likes the American culture and values very much so he went to study in a high school in the US. Because of the epidemic, most international flights had been cancelled and air ticket prices had skyrocketed, my son can not return to China this summer to visit his family. My wife and I have not seen our only child for almost a year and we miss him very much. We've already bought... more »

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K-1 Request for Action

My name is Whitney Gartzke, a naturally born U.S. Citizen and a resident of Hilliard, Ohio. My fiancĂ© is a K-1 applicant in the U.K., his name is Jeremy Francis. I am writing to request your assistance to encourage the state department for K-1 visas to be made an exception under the US/U.K. travel ban (Proclamation 9996). I am also asking that these fiancĂ© visas are considered mission critical, along with CR-1 spousal... more »

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