How will the lifting of the US travel ban change things for you?

The Irish Times invites responses from Irish people living in the US, for an upcoming article

Maud Ní Riordain is welcomed home by her sister Zoe (left) at Dublin Airport at Christmas, after six months in New York. Photograph: Alan Betson

Maud Ní Riordain is welcomed home by her sister Zoe (left) at Dublin Airport at Christmas, after six months in New York. Photograph: Alan Betson

 

From November, the United States will lift the ban it imposed on European travel 18 months ago, freeing Irish people living there to visit home again, and then return easily to the US. The easing of the restrictions will be for fully vaccinated passengers who agree to Covid-19 tests and contact tracing. The Irish Times would like to hear from Irish people living in the US, for an upcoming article. How has the ban affected you, and how will its abolition change things? Share your experience of the past 18 months, and any plans you have to cross the Atlantic after the ban is lifted, using the form in this article.

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