Relaxing Beaches and Adventurous Attractions Draw Visitors to Cayman Islands

When someone mentions the Cayman Islands, you might think of white sand beaches, tropical trees and snorkeling adventures somewhere far away in the middle of the ocean. But the three Cayman Islands aren’t all that far from U.S. shores. These charming slivers of land lie in the western Caribbean Sea just an hour south of Miami, Florida. The Caymans have become some of the most popular Caribbean islands, and not just because they’re close. The Cayman Islands’ Department of Tourism recently reported 2014 was the islands’ best year for tourism in more than a decade. The number of Cayman Island […]

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Seniors & Travel: Why, How, & Travel Tips

It seems that more seniors today are traveling than ever before. There are a number of reasons for this trend. The increased medical and health technologies are now enabling people to live longer, healthier, and more active lives. Not to mention that many seniors also seem to have a better sense of adventure than in the past, or are simply looking to tick things off their bucket list. Time & Money to Spend: During retirement, many seniors find themselves with a lot of time on their hands. Plus, after years of working and saving, they often have excess spendable income. […]

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Work Permits For H-4 Dependent Spouses

On February 24 2015, an important announcement was made by the Director of the Citizenship and Immigration Services (USCIS). The Department of Homeland Security (DHS) has amended regulations to allow spouses of H-1B visa holders to work while they are in the U.S.. This new ruling will be effective after May 26th.  It is a very significant change for many people in other countries who want to come to work in America and are now trying to wade through the complex U.S. immigration requirements maze.  The change is also being welcomed by many other people from foreign countries who are […]

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Indian Associations in the US

As an Indian in the US, it can be difficult finding any semblance of your traditional culture or way of life. Obviously, much in America is different than back in India. However, this does not mean you need to give up many of your favorite activities, holidays, or even foods. All of these things can be provided by joining one of the many Indian Associations in the US. There are many different types and categories of associations. Each one also has a number of different goals, activities, and benefits of joining. Types of Indian Associations In The US: There is […]

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ISIS Terror Threat Demands New Look At US Visa Waiver Program

As President Obama moves forward with his strategy of air strikes to try and ‘degrade and destroy’ ISIS forces, Congress is beginning to raise more questions. A number of Republican lawmakers have suggested that there is a big hole in terms of keeping our country safe and secure against potential terror threats. That hole is the US Visa Waiver Program, which allows citizens of a number of other so-called ‘friendly’ countries to be able to enter the United States without specifically needing to get a visa. The problem, these lawmakers say, is that terrorist sympathizers can simply board a plane […]

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India Extends Visa-on-Arrival Service to 180 More Countries

India is now looking to expand its Visa-on-arrival program. The program is currently available to 11 countries, but India wants to extend it to another 180 countries. Countries that would become eligible would include China, the United Kingdom, and the United States. If things go according to plan then the only countries that will remain ineligible for the Visa would be Pakistan, Sudan, Afghanistan, Iran, Iraq, Nigeria, Sri Lanka and Somalia. The program is an attempt by the Indian government to promote international tourism. If the program is approved, the government will need 5-6 months to organize and construct the […]

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What Happens When You Overstay on a 90-Day Holiday Visa Waiver

The visa waiver program makes it possible for citizens of 37 participating countries to travel to the U.S. without obtaining a U.S. visa. Tourists and business travellers can travel to the U.S. for a period of 90 days or less. But what happens when you overstay the 90 day period? The issue of overstaying on a non immigrant visa is no longer overlooked as essentially, you will be breaking the U.S. law. Earlier, people who overstayed a visa did not have to face huge consequences; though overstays were deportable and considered to be without a legal status, they could still […]

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Help for US Victims of Crime Overseas

American citizens can rely on assistance from the US State Department if they become a victim of crime while traveling overseas, but the State Department can’t help with everything. Read on to find out what help a US citizen can expect, and how to access this assistance. The State Department assists in two ways. One by working with the traveler overseas through consular offices and agents, and two by liaising with family through State Department offices in the United States. Offices in the US provide US resources for the victim or the victim’s family where possible. Officials in the foreign […]

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How to Stay Healthy on Business Travel

How to Stay Healthy on Business Travel

As winter draws close it can be difficult to avoid the common cold or flu, particularly if you have to travel regularly for work. When you travel away from home on business it is more difficult to stay healthy because you are away from your familiar routines and environment, and you are coming into contact with a whole host of new germs. How do you prevent illness when you travel a lot on business? Is there any way to stay healthy and enjoy a more productive business travel experience? Be careful with the food you eat, both on the road […]

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Holiday Travelers Need U.S. Visitors Medical Insurance

Do you have family in the United States that you want to get in touch with over the holidays? Or perhaps you simply would like to visit the U. S. during its holiday season to experience its holiday cultural traditions. Regardless of your reason for visiting, the U.S. is always a popular destination for international travelers during the months of November and December. If you find yourself among the large group of tourists, be sure you purchase U.S. Visitors medical insurance for your trip. The United States has a privatized health care system, meaning that rather than relying on the […]

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