最新!7月初就可以申请直飞美国,回去上课有希望了~

留学资讯 2021-07-21 17:30:59

    签证终于有好消息了~美国方面宣布解除F/M签证赴美禁令 ️!

 

4月26日,国务卿发布了针对符合COVID-19传播标准的总统声明(PPs)9984、9992和10143(关于新冠疫情的相关规定),明确了有National Interest Exception,可以飞往美国的外国人员。

 

 

 

NIE的人员包括:中国、伊朗、巴西、南非、申根地区、英国和爱尔兰7个地区、记者、在校学生和交流访问者计划涵盖的学者。

 

不过,学生只有当开学时间在2021年8月1日或更晚时,才有资格获得NIE,并且开学前30天才可以进入美国,也就是说有签证的学生7月初就可以飞往美国。

 

持有有效F-1和M-1签证的学生在2021年8月1日或更晚开学时,不需要联系大使馆或领事馆寻求个人NIE。

 

需要申请新的F-1或M-1签证的学生需要查找最近的使馆或领事馆的签证服务状态,如签证申请成功,则自动获得NIE的资格,无需单独申请NIE

 

正在申请或持有有效签证或ESTA授权的合格外国人员,也可以按照以下程序前往美国,PP 9984、9992和10143仍然有效。

 

政策指南

 

开学前30天才能去美国;

 

F1签证未过期无需重新办理,没有F1签证要先办签证;

 

仅针对8月1日后开学的学生才拥有NIE。

 

美国方面也在最新的新闻报道中表示,他们正在竭尽所能的权衡公共卫生事件和国家教育相关问题,渴望能早点落实此次政策之外的学生及相关人员。

 

对于没有签证的同学,随着疫情好转,美国方面陆续发布利好政策,各大学也相继公布了秋季入学计划,距离签证开放还会远吗?

 

大家还是要及时关注最新政策消息,争取第一时间拿到签证,进入梦想的课堂!

 

报道原文如下:

 

On April 26, 2021, the Secretary of State made a national interest determination regarding categories of travelers eligible for exceptions under Presidential Proclamations (PPs) 9984, 9992, and 10143 related to the spread of COVID-19.  As a result of this determination, together with national interest determinations already in place, travelers subject to these proclamations, due to their presence in China, Iran, Brazil, South Africa, the Schengen area, the United Kingdom, and Ireland, who are seeking to provide vital support for critical infrastructure; journalists; students and certain academics covered by exchange visitor programs, may now qualify for a National Interest Exception (NIE).  Students and academics subject to these proclamations due to their presence in China, Iran, Brazil, or South Africa, may qualify for an NIE only if their academic program begins August 1, 2021 or later.  Qualified travelers who are applying for or have valid visas or ESTA authorization may travel to the United States following the procedures below, even as PPs 9984, 9992, and 10143 remain in effect.


Students with valid F-1 and M-1 visas intending to begin or continue an academic program commencing August 1, 2021 or later do not need to contact an embassy or consulate to seek an individual NIE to travel.  They may enter the United States no earlier than 30 days before the start of their academic studies.  Students seeking to apply for new F-1 or M-1 visas should check the status of visa services at the nearest embassy or consulate; those applicants who are found to be otherwise qualified for an F-1 or M-1 visa will automatically be considered for an NIE to travel.


Travelers in categories described above who have a valid visa in the appropriate class or who have a valid ESTA authorization for travel under the Visa Waiver Program and seek to travel for purposes consistent with ESTA authorization, should contact the nearest U.S. embassy or consulate before traveling, if they believe they may qualify for a National Interest Exception.  If a National Interest Exception is approved, they may travel on either a valid visa or ESTA authorization, as appropriate.
The Department of State also continues to grant NIEs for qualified travelers seeking to enter the United States for purposes related to humanitarian travel, public health response, and national security.  These travelers and any others who believe their travel to be in the United States’ national interest should also review the website of the nearest U.S. embassy or consulate for instruction on how to contact them.  

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