Updated 11/30/2020 12:27 AM

In addition to the information provided earlier for all travelers, you have to be aware of the following:

Travelers departing from Brazil, China, or Iran are currently prohibited to enter the U.S. directly. This travel prohibition applies to all non-US citizens/legal permanent residents located in these countries regardless of their citizenship or nationality (e.g., Indian national visiting Brazil would be subject to this requirement).

If you travel from Brazil, China, or Iran, you are required to do the following:

  • Upon departure from your country, you must remain outside the U.S. – in a third country – for 14 days prior to travel to the U.S.
  • You must adhere to the COVID-19 entry requirements of the country you travel to prior to entering the U.S.

Recently, certain countries and regions have begun easing restrictions on travel for foreign nationals. Below are some informational examples. Ultimately, it is your decision on how to travel to the U.S., therefore you need to identify which transit route best fits your travel needs. Your best option may or may not be identified below.

Each specific transit point offers a different set of requirements for entry and stay. Please review them carefully to determine if you can meet them based on your circumstances.

Please be advised that requirements to enter any country, including the United States, are subject to change without notice. The university cannot confirm that you will be admitted into any specific country as entry into any country is at the sole discretion of the immigration/government authorities of that country, and the requirements may vary from country to country.

Departing from China

Departing from Iran

Departing from Brazil