Michaela Vrazdova spoke on National Interest Exception issues at a Corporate Practice/Consular Practice/CBP Practice event for AILA’s New York Chapter. Michaela Vrazdova was a discussion leader for the Consular Practice Committee and she discussed the National Interest Exception application process at different U.S. Consulates.
In July 2020, the Department of State announced that certain business and student travelers coming from Schengen countries or the U.K. (such as B-1 business visitors), treaty traders, or treaty investors may apply for a National Interest Exception (“NIE”). The NIE allows such travelers to travel to the United States even with the travel bans remaining in effect.
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Michaela Vrazdova is an Associate Attorney at Scott Legal PC and she regularly processes National Interest Exception applications.
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