The COVID-19 pandemic continues to limit international mobility across the globe in a drastic way. The link provided below includes a high-level overview document detailing current government restrictions and regulations that countries have made to try to curb the spread of the virus within their populations. Just as the virus itself has many unknown answers, so does its impact on global immigration. With that said, countries remain transparent in reporting their restrictions and pertinent deadlines.

Another emerging theme in the global immigration response to COVID-19 is that countries are making practical adjustments to some rules based on the impossibility of travel and suspension of agency or office operations. These adjustments include automatic temporary extensions of expiration dates.

Aires is committed to keeping clients informed daily as the global immigration landscape changes due to this pandemic. Please reach out to the Aires Immigration team if you have questions regarding how COVID-19 could impact the immigration strategies of your prospective assignment plans or current assignees.

Please visit Aires’ Coronavirus (COVID-19) Resource Page for regular country-specific immigration updates. This site also contains other vital information such as partner network updates, FAQs, and client surveys related to the virus.

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