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The Department of State shared frequently asked questions and answers in a Twitter thread concerning Presidential Proclamation 10014 and the June 22, 2020, proclamation suspending the entry of certain immigrants and nonimmigrants. Members with questions concerning the answers are encouraged to comment on the Twitter thread.
Have a question about the Presidential Proclamation Suspending the Entry of Immigrants and Nonimmigrants Holding Certain Work Visas? We have assembled a list of frequently asked questions to help you find an answer. Expand this thread to see the full list of FAQs. ⬇️ pic.twitter.com/namkr9k6O2— Travel - State Dept (@TravelGov) June 23, 2020
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