By now, you may have heard that the United States is temporarily banning citizens of all non-European Union countries from entering the United Kingdom and Ireland.
While this is a temporary measure, it’s already causing a few headaches for American tourists and citizens alike.
While some have been waiting patiently for the US to implement a similar rule, others have already found ways around it.
Here are some tips for those who want to make the journey and don’t want to deal with the hassle.
You can still travel to Germany but you will have to pay moreFor some people, it may be a good idea to wait until after the US visa and border restrictions expire before attempting to cross the border.
But, if you can’t make the crossing before then, there are a few options for you.
First, you can use a passport to enter the United State.
You can either buy one or obtain one from a local office.
Alternatively, you could purchase a valid travel document from a passport vending machine.
This option is available at most American airports, but they may not be as readily available outside of those locations.
You don’t have to do anything on your passport, and it will be valid for up to 90 daysIf you are a U.S. citizen or permanent resident, you don’t need to apply for a visa before you can travel to the US.
The US will accept a valid passport from a foreign country for up, 90 days.
If you’re a permanent resident who wants to visit Germany, this means you will need to obtain a passport from your home country for at least 90 days prior to your planned trip.
This is similar to how Canada works with its citizens.
You won’t need a visa to enter GermanyAs a U, S, or E visa holder, you will be able to enter any German city and any city in Germany without a visa.
You’ll need to fill out an application at the local customs office.
You will also need to submit your photo ID with your application.
If a German passport has a photo ID, you’ll need a copy to bring to the border crossing.
Your passport can be scannedYou don,t need to get a visa when you enter GermanyThe U. S. government has said that if you want to travel to or enter Germany with a U or S passport, you do not need to be a U-visa holder or be a German citizen to enter.
But if you’re an E-visit holder or an E citizen who wants a passport with a photo, you must be a legal resident of Germany.
So, it does not matter if you are or are not a U visa holder.
The German government will require you to get permission to enter, but the process is pretty straightforward.
You’ll need your passport scannedYou will need a photoI am not an expert and cannot vouch for these steps, so I’m just sharing this information as a reminder.
You should always check with the relevant local authorities and the customs offices if you plan to visit or enter the country.
You must have a photo of yourself and a valid document to enter or stay in Germany.
Once you have your photo and your travel document, you should check in with the local immigration office and have them scan it for you and give you your travel permit.
Embassy in Germany will send you an email to tell you when your permit is processed and give your passport number and photo ID.