The US government announced on April 30, 2021 that it was imposing an entry ban on foreigners from India due to the Corona crisis. Beginning on May 04, 2021, all foreign travelers who are not U.S. citizens and who have been in India within 14 days prior to their planned trip to the United States...
Update 19.04.2021: No other countries have issued additional entry notifications. Please note that in addition to the entry notifications, many countries also require the submission of a negative PCR test. The requirements differ greatly. Therefore, it is advisable to inform yourself before departure about any test obligation that may be necessary.
Due to the situation with COVID-19, U.S. consulates in Germany are still only processing emergency appointments regardless of visa category. In order to receive an emergency appointment, employees had to fulfill one of the following criteria:
U.S. President Joe Biden on Wednesday, Feb. 24, 2021 lifted the entry bans on green card applicants and foreign workers imposed by his predecessor Donald Trump. Accordingly, holders of valid visas will be allowed to enter the U.S. and green cards will be reissued at U.S. consulates worldwide.
The Chinese government has again tightened its entry regulations. All passengers entering China must provide a negative nucleic acid and IgM antibody test starting March 02, 2021. The test date must be no more than 48 hours before departure to China.