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How vaccination may influence your immigration plans

Mohamed Aboshanab
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October 25, 2021
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Today vaccination status influences the immigration processes all over the world. There are several trends in requirements for vaccination.

  1. Travel bubbles between the countries where a large number of the population got vaccinated. The examples are Israel and the UK, Canada and the UK, Australia and New Zealand. If you want to travel between these countries, you don't need a PCR test — only proof of being vaccinated is required.
  2. You can travel between countries if you show both a vaccination certificate and negative PCR tests.

Some airlines and tour operators have already started including some test expenses in the travel package.

"I think in the next 6- 8 months there will be global cooperation between countries and regions. They will have one way of proving your vaccination, and you don’t need a test." — Mohamed, VISXA founder.

For more information about traveling and immigration during the pandemic, apply for a consultation with an immigration lawyer.

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Mohammed Aboshanab
Immigration Expert