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Yes, the restrictions on entry to the United States for people who have been in the Schengen Area (or Mainland China, Iran, the UK, Ireland, or Brazil; see this question) also restrict entry to Puerto Rico, because Puerto Rico is part of the "United States" for immigration purposes. INA 101(a)(38) (8 USC 1101(a)(38)) defines "United States&...


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The difference is that Disneyland is in California and Disney World is in Florida. Please see Disneyland and Disney World I suppose the idea was that they would not be confused.


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The big difference is the scale. Disneyland (in California) was the first theme park Walt Disney built. Originally consisting of one theme park and one hotel, though after Walt's death it was expanded into a resort with a second theme park, more hotels and some other attractions. Disney world (in Florida) was a much bigger project, this time Walt Disney ...


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Airlines go by the TIMATIC database, which states: --Passengers who have transited or have been in Austria, Belgium, Brazil, China (People's Rep.), Czechia, Denmark, Estonia, Finland, France, Germany, Greece, Hungary, Iceland, Iran, Ireland (Rep.), Italy, Latvia, Liechtenstein, Lithuania, Luxembourg, Malta, Netherlands, Norway, Poland, Portugal, Slovakia, ...


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The simple answer is TALK TO YOUR EMPLOYERS LAWYERS immediately. This is potentially a changing situation, but as it stands today if you leave the US as described you will NOT be able to re-enter the US until at least 2021, and likely several months into 2021 as you will need to arrange and attend an interview at a US consulate in your home country. (...


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Map from Wikipedia with the different names by location:


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On the park website, it says that parking facilities are still open: Facilities, services, and features that are open: [...] Roads and parking lots. Please park only in designated parking spaces. If a parking lot is full, refer to the park newspaper for other options. The parks veichles length restrictions page states that vehicles longer than 24 feet are ...


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If you enter on F2 status (with your I-20), there is no problem with you staying for as long as your wife. If you enter on B2 visitor status, they might want to make sure you plan to return within 6 months. Tourists cannot enter the US through the land border right now. People entering the US to attend educational institutions are exempt from the land ...


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When hearing or saying this type of statement, I tend to view it in context and familiarity. In no case is a statement like this an actual invitation when spoken on its own. It is an analogous bidding of farewell to greetings like “How are you?”, or “What’s up?”. In other words, if I make this sort of statement to someone I have just met, it is usually done ...


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