Requirement for Proof of COVID-19 Vaccination for Air PassengersRequired for non-U.S. citizen, nonimmigrant passengers arriving from a foreign coun

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Believe it or not the US has issued this starting Jan. 5. Exactly how it works I have NO IDEA. Read for yourself........This was updated on Dec. 31,2022..........

What You Need to Know
  • If you are a non-U.S. citizen who is a nonimmigrant (not a U.S. citizen, U.S. national, lawful permanent resident, or traveling to the United States on an immigrant visa), you will need to show proof of being fully vaccinated against COVID-19 before you travel by air to the United States from a foreign country.
  • Some categories of noncitizen, nonimmigrants are excepted from this requirement. If you meet the criteria for one of these categories, you will need to fulfill additional requirements to travel by air to the United States.
 

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Believe it or not the US has issued this starting Jan. 5. Exactly how it works I have NO IDEA. Read for yourself........This was updated on Dec. 31,2022..........

What You Need to Know
  • If you are a non-U.S. citizen who is a nonimmigrant (not a U.S. citizen, U.S. national, lawful permanent resident, or traveling to the United States on an immigrant visa), you will need to show proof of being fully vaccinated against COVID-19 before you travel by air to the United States from a foreign country.
  • Some categories of noncitizen, nonimmigrants are excepted from this requirement. If you meet the criteria for one of these categories, you will need to fulfill additional requirements to travel by air to the United States.
This has been in place for at least a year.
 

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This has been in place for at least a year.
How do you explain this than? The greatest tennis player in the World cannot enter the US now because he is not vaccinated..............





Djokovic set to miss Indian Wells and Miami after US extends Covid rules​

  • Proof of vaccination will be needed until at least 10 April
  • Two key US tournaments begin on 6 March and 20 March
 

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How do you explain this than? The greatest tennis player in the World cannot enter the US now because he is not vaccinated..............





Djokovic set to miss Indian Wells and Miami after US extends Covid rules​

  • Proof of vaccination will be needed until at least 10 April
  • Two key US tournaments begin on 6 March and 20 March
Nothing new, he missed it last year for same reason.
 

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Nothing new, he missed it last year for same reason.
Yes, but the reason was he was not vaccinated. How does this play out for other Non-US citizens? Maybe you can explain this..........And last year you DID need a vaccination card for a Non-Us citizen to enter the US. Am I wrong on that?
 

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Yes, but the reason was he was not vaccinated. How does this play out for other Non-US citizens? Maybe you can explain this..........And last year you DID need a vaccination card for a Non-Us citizen to enter the US. Am I wrong on that?
Unless you sneak across the southern border. I believe you still need proof of vaccination to go to Europe as well.
 
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Yes, but the reason was he was not vaccinated. How does this play out for other Non-US citizens? Maybe you can explain this..........And last year you DID need a vaccination card for a Non-Us citizen to enter the US. Am I wrong on that?
They are fighting tooth and nail to get rid of Title 42. According to "them" the pandemic is over. I had no idea law abiding travelers were still subjected to these requirements.
 

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They are fighting tooth and nail to get rid of Title 42. According to "them" the pandemic is over. I had no idea law abiding travelers were still subjected to these requirements.
Title 42 put in place for to help the border problems. Now see new announcement. Title 42 might be around for a while no matter the purpose of its' use.
 
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Unless you sneak across the southern border. I believe you still need proof of vaccination to go to Europe as well.
No longer in effect
Found this link

But the Reason I believe this is accurate is we have a family member flying direct to NY in March, no more to another country and then to USA. and they also advised us that we can travel freely back to Europe and around Europe ..
This can possibly change at moments notice however .
 

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I will be a month in the DR and flying also from there to the US and back. I live in Denmark now but had my two Sinovac vaccinations in the DR. Will they still be good ?
 

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Yes.. I flew in from Argentina to the USA a few months ago and then to DR and showed my vaccination card with my 2021 vaccinations done in the DR, and no problems..The only checks seem to be at the check in desk and not on arrival.
 
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Yes.. I flew in from Argentina to the USA a few months ago and then to DR and showed my vaccination card with my 2021 vaccinations done in the DR, and no problems..The only checks seem to be at the check in desk and not on arrival.
I have the vaccination card still and also downloaded it. Thanks kipling
 

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U.S. authorities said this month the requirement for foreign air travelers to be vaccinated against COVID would be in place until at least April 10, meaning Djokovic will miss out on Indian Wells and Miami again.

 

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I will be a month in the DR and flying also from there to the US and back. I live in Denmark now but had my two Sinovac vaccinations in the DR. Will they still be good ?
Yes, they are good...........
 

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Yes, they are good...........
I am in Denmark still and could go and get a booster Pfizer as they now accept walkins as fewer and fewer are going especially for 3rd and 4th shots. But I will rather not. I feel I have done enough with the two Sinovac.
 
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