Monday, November 3, 2014

Canada Imposes Visa Restrictions Against Ebola Zones

The BBC News reports that residents of Sierra Leone, Liberia, and Guinea will be denied entry to Canada as it suspends issuing visas to countries with widespread Ebola outbreaks.
The US immigration Thai lawyers at Bangkok law firm Chaninat and Leeds specialize in US-Thai immigration law for Thai citizens.
Canada’s decision follows Australia’s announcement of similar travel bans. Unlike Australia though, Canada will allow visas to be processed on an individual basis and will not restrict entry of Canadian citizens, according to the BBC News.

Story Source:
BBC News – Ebola crisis: Canada visa ban hits West Africa states

Related Article:

Australia Issues Visa Ban on West African Countries to Keep Ebola Out

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