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With the holidays fast approaching, traveling internationally may be on your mind. Planning a trip is fun and exciting. However, foreign national employees and employers should note that there may be some immigration requirements to meet depending on the destination(s), including any transit travel through certain countries or regions. Check out our 2023 Travel Holiday Travel Guide.

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The government of Canada advised travelers to continue to check border entry times before traveling to the country. In addition, the government reminded travelers entering via the Toronto, Vancouver, Montréal, Winnipeg, Halifax, Québec City, Ottawa, Billy Bishop, Calgary, and Edmonton international airports to complete an Advance Declaration.


The government of Denmark will close its call center from December 22, 2023, until January 2, 2024. The call center will be open again starting January 3, 2024.


The government of Finland issued a reminder for those traveling during the holiday season. This includes submitting a travel notification to a Finnish embassy, acquiring health insurance, and ensuring all travel documents are current.


The government of Ireland issued a Travel Confirmation Notice to better facilitate travel over the winter holidays. As a result, travelers holding recently expired Irish Residence Permits (IRP) cards will be permitted to travel and re-enter the country until January 31, 2024, so long as they have submitted a renewal application before the expiry date of the current IRP card.

Travelers holding a single-entry visa that has previously been stamped will require a visa to travel back to Ireland.


The Japanese government will close its regional immigration offices from December 29, 2023, to January 3, 2024. The immigration counter will not be open during this time, and according to the government, travelers should plan ahead to avoid delays.

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