North American Land Border Closures Extended Through July 21, 2021
25 June 2021
Envoy Global, Inc.
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Due to ongoing COVID-19 concerns, U.S.-Mexico and U.S.-Canada
land borders will remain closed through July 21,
North American land borders will
remain closed for another month. Aside from
the extended closure, all other provisions of the existing border
closure will stay the same. The border closures apply to train,
boat, and passenger ferry travel only. Air travel is not
Travel is restricted to essential purposes only at this time,
- U.S. citizens and permanent residents traveling home
- People traveling across borders for healthcare, employment, or
- Individuals involved in cross-border trade
Limited additional exceptions may be permitted in certain
circumstances. Travel for tourism and recreational reasons is
U.S.-Mexico and U.S.-Canada land borders have been closed
since March 2020. Border closures have been extended on a
monthly basis since the COVID-19 pandemic began. Envoy
Global and Global Immigration Associates (GIA) will continue to
provide updates on future border closures.
Originally published 23 June 2021
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