Topic: Passports and Visas
Brazil’s visa waiver program for travelers from the United States, Canada, Australia and Japan officially goes into effect today, June 17. More here.
VisitBritain says that the move will mean shorter lines at busy airports, including Heathrow. Here’s how the process works.
The country expects tourism to rise even more this year with the introduction of visa-free travel from the United States, Canada, Australia and Japan. Here’s the latest.
Travelers to Turkey with an e-visa are advised to bring a hard copy with them or risk being denied entry, according to a number of media reports. More here.
Travelers with trips booked to Turkey this summer have been told they must carry paper copies of their electronic visas or risk being turned away at the departure gate.
From the United States, Brazil has seen a 53 percent increase in the number of trips confirmed for June, and a 97 percent increase for July. Here’s the latest.
New data from the Rio Convention & Visitors Bureau and Kayak show that the decision to drop visa requirements for U.S. travelers has triggered a sharp jump in interest in travel to the country. Find out more.
Starting June 17, American, Canadian, Australian and Japanese citizens who wish to disembark in Brazil will be exempt from visas and their fees. Here's more.
Starting in 2021, the European Union (E.U.) will require U.S. citizens to register to visit upwards of 26 European countries. Get the details here.
Travel to Turkey is on the rebound since the 2016 coup attempt and last year’s suspension of visa services, according to Keytours Vacations. Here’s the latest.