US will require Covid-19 vaccination for those applying for a resident visa

The measure follows the request of the Center for Disease Control in the country and applies to those who request permanent or temporary residence

EFE / EPA / ZURAB KURTSIKIDZVaccine will not be required for those coming from countries without a vaccine supply

The Citizenship and Immigration Service of USA announced this Tuesday, 14, that it will request from October 1st vaccination against the Covid-19 for all who apply for permanent residence or other visas. The determination follows guidance from the country’s Center for Disease Control and will ask for proof of complete immunization to immigrants. The rule excludes children who apply for visas and people who cannot receive vaccinations due to a medical condition. Those who come from countries that do not yet offer immunization will also be exempt from showing documentation. All of them will, however, need to undergo routine medical examinations to show that they have no health problems that would jeopardize their visas. Covid-19 tests may also be administered to applicants.

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