The Law Concerning No Visa/No- Pas Travel Advisories
Travel is the general movement of individuals between various different geographical locations within a fixed period of time. Travel can either be single way, round trip or multiple way, with no luggage at all, and is generally one way travel. The term “travel” as used in this context usually refers to travel that is undertaken by air, sea, land or even rail. There are also various means of transport available for travel purposes such as trains, buses, planes, ferries, automobiles, trucks, bikes and motor boats.
In accordance with United States Federal Law, the law on travel specifically provides “the right to travel abroad, to enter the United States and to travel to other states through international airports”. The law further provides that persons who are authorized to be in the United States are entitled to equal rights with other citizens of the same state, including the right to enter the United States and to enjoy the same privacy rights whether such person is entering the country for the first time or is a returning visitor. Travel within the limits of the United States also includes the right to travel abroad. The law further provides that no child of a United States citizen may be denied the right to travel to, or remain in, another state if the child has the consent of an adult U.S. citizen who is also over eighteen years of age.
For individuals traveling in the United States, there are several different options for travel, including commercial air, rail, bus, boat or plane travel. At this point in time there were no nationwide restrictions on travel or on how many days of travel outside of the state you had been previously licensed to travel in. The most current guideline from the American Society of Travel Agents is that travelers should review their No-Fee Travel advisories and make travel plans as far in advance as possible. There were no nationwide No-Fee travel advisories as of the date of this article, so anyone planning a vacation or moving abroad needs to take that into consideration.