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19 SEPTEMBRE 2021

Les États-Unis vont autoriser, à partir de "début novembre", l'entrée sur leur territoire aux voyageurs vaccinés contre le Covid-19 en provenance de l'Union européenne et du Royaume-Uni, levant des restrictions mises en place en mars 2020. 

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9 JUILLET 2021

Le gouvernement américain confirme l'interdiction jusqu'à nouvel ordre des voyages aux Etats-Unis pour les ressortissants de l'espace Schengen dont la France fait partie:

Urgent information for visa applicants regarding COVID-19 pandemic and associated visa and travel suspensions

09 July 2021

  • The U.S. Embassy in Paris continues to follow procedures that prioritize the health and safety of our applicants and employees.  Due to COVID-19, any visa applicants who have traveled outside of France 10 days or less before their appointment date will not be admitted to the Embassy and will be required to reschedule their appointment. Due to current health protocols, the U.S. Embassy in Paris is only accepting Non-Immigrant Visa applications from those applicants physically residing in France or Monaco.

  • Effective immediately, all approved National Interest Exceptions (NIEs) are valid for 12 months/multiple entry. The extension of validity and addition of multiple entry are also effective retroactively, so if you received an NIE within the last year, your NIE is now valid for 12 months with multiple entries.  The 12-month validity will begin on the date your initial NIE was granted. You do not need to take any further action and can travel on your previously issued NIE and your valid ESTA or visa.

  • On January 26, 2021, the United States began requiring a negative COVID-19 test result or proof of recovery from COVID-19 to enter the United States.  PCR and antigen test are both accepted and additional details on this requirement may be found here.  This testing requirement does not change the effect of the current travel restrictions in place under Presidential Proclamation 10143.  Travelers with a negative COVID-19 test result must still qualify for, and be granted, an NIE in order to travel to the United States.  Vaccinated travelers still require a negative COVID-19 test and an NIE.

  • Travelers who are legally married to a U.S. citizen/Legal Permanent Resident (LPR), are parents of U.S. citizen/LPR unmarried children under 21 years old, or are unmarried children under 21 years old of U.S. citizen/LPR parents do not need an NIE to travel, but still require a negative COVID-19 test.

  • If you are approved for a visa and an NIE, your admission remains subject to a determination by Customs and Border Protection (CBP) officers at ports of entry. Travelers must also follow Center for Disease Control (CDC) guidance regarding proof of a recent negative COVID-19 test or evidence of recovery from the virus prior to entry and are to comply with other applicable CDC guidelines concerning international travel, including recommended periods of self-quarantine or self-isolation after entry into the United States. We remind you that entry into the United States is limited to the purposes described in the approved NIE until relevant Presidential Proclamations (PPs) are altered or rescinded.

The United States Department of State recognizes the immense importance of international travel and commerce to the United States. Our country’s openness is a source of national strength and it is in our direct interest to maintain our free and unfettered engagement with the world.  However, the COVID-19 pandemic has required unprecedented actions to protect the United States and its citizens. Visas and entry to the United States for persons who have been in a Schengen country within fourteen days of intended entry are suspended by Presidential Proclamation (PP) 10143 (Previously PP 9993). When the suspension is lifted, we will resume routine visa services as soon as possible. Unfortunately, there is no information at this time as to when this measure will be lifted.

21 DÉCEMBRE 2020

Le Congrès américain parvient enfin à un accord sur un plan de relance COVID de 900 milliards de dollars après des mois de  négociations infructueuses entre Républicains et Démocrates.

18 DÉCEMBRE 2020

La FDA donne une autorisation d'utilisation d'urgence (Emergency Use Authorization) pour le vaccin contre le COVID de la société Moderna dirigée par le français Stéphane Bancel. Cette seconde autorisation intervient une semaine après le feu vert donné au premier vaccin contre le COVID fabriqué par la société pharmaceutique américaine Pfizer. 

12 MARS 2020

Le président Trump annonce l'interdiction d'entrée sur le territoire américain pour tous les citoyens de l'espace Schengen, y compris les Français à partir du 14 mars 2020. Seuls les citoyens américains, parents de citoyens américains et résidents permanents aux Etats-Unis auront désormais le droit de se rendre aux Etats-Unis à partir des pays de l'espace Schengen.

1 DEC 2019

Next Stop USA propose désormais une formation aux chefs d'entreprises et cadres français pour mieux aborder le marché américain.

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5 OCT 2018

Le livre"Les 30 erreurs des entrepreneurs français aux Etats-Unis" selectionné pour le concours Salon des Entrepreneurs les 9 et 10 Octobre 2018 à Marseille

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