Where Americans can return to after Trump’s partial travel ban has been lifted

It is not every day that the U.S. sends tourists the message “Welcome home,” but that is exactly what the government has done. When Justin Trudeau’s government decided to close its land border to…

Where Americans can return to after Trump’s partial travel ban has been lifted

It is not every day that the U.S. sends tourists the message “Welcome home,” but that is exactly what the government has done.

When Justin Trudeau’s government decided to close its land border to travel from America after Donald Trump’s election in November, more than half a million Americans had to choose between flying home to a country that did not want them and not get in trouble.

Now that President Trump has removed the travel ban on U.S. citizens returning from Canada, it is one of the few countries where U.S. tourists can feel confident to reclaim their holiday visas for more than 200 territories.

Yemen, the Middle East’s poorest nation, is still officially on hold for the Americans, who must first obtain an extra special visa. Lebanon, the more stable western neighbor, has been invited back without a problem.

For those tourists who need a clear signal, the Caribbean has been welcoming back with open arms. North and Central America have more travel restrictions in place than Canada. But the recent reintroduction of U.S. travellers’ visas is nonetheless a real boon to the countries where they have been unable to get one for so long.

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