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AILA Doc. No. 20042031 | Dated June 16, 2020
DHS Acting Secretary Chad Wolf announced that DHS will continue to limit non-essential travel at U.S. land ports of entry with Canada and Mexico due to the COVID-19 pandemic, and that DHS’s Canadian and Mexican counterparts agree with the need for this extension.
DHS Acting Secretary Chad Wolf announced that “Non-essential travel will not be permitted until this administration is convinced that doing so is safe and secure.” Advance copies of the notifications of temporary travel restrictions applicable to land ports of entry and ferries service note that restrictions along the U.S.-Canada border and the U.S.-Mexico border have been extended until 11:59 pm (ET), June 22, 2020.
DHS Acting Secretary Chad Wolf announced that the United States, Mexico, and Canada “have each agreed to extend restrictions on non-essential travel across their shared borders for 30 additional days.”
Cite as AILA Doc. No. 20042031.
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