Why you shouldn’t cancel your flight to Puerto Rico after Trump travel ban
California has a new travel restriction: You won’t be able to fly out of San Francisco International Airport (SFI) and/or Palo Alto International Airport for the next 90 days.
It applies to all U.S. citizens traveling to Puerto Rican destinations, except those from the United States, Mexico, Canada, and Bermuda.
You’re also prohibited from using non-U.S.-bound flights, unless you’re traveling to the U.N. or the World Food Program (WFP).
Travelers with valid passports and visa from Puerto Rico will also be able travel to the United Kingdom, France, Germany, Italy, Spain, and Belgium.
California’s Department of Motor Vehicles (DMV) has said it is “not yet clear” whether the new rules will apply to travelers with valid U.K. passports.
Trump’s travel ban is a new, unprecedented attempt to restrict travel to Puerto Ricans and other U.T.O. residents.
It has been described as the largest travel restriction in U.C. Davis history, according to the San Francisco Chronicle.
It also has raised questions about whether it’s actually legal and will even prevent many people from traveling to U.A.E. or other U:S.
In a statement, DMV spokeswoman Stephanie Miller said the ban is “unprecedented and will cause unnecessary and unfair hardship to U:T.
Os, their families, and their communities.”
Miller said the agency will review the policy as it comes out, but added that “the Department of Homeland Security (DHS) has already provided additional guidance on this policy.”
DHS has issued guidance on how to implement a temporary suspension of U.U. travel for people who have been in the U:s, but have not yet completed a visa application.
That guidance is posted on the DHS website.
There is currently a temporary hold on the U-1 Visa for U.H.1 and U.W.2 nationals.
You can find out more about the UTA travel restrictions in California by visiting the DMV website.