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Royal Jordanian receive new instructions from US Customs and Border Protection

Posted 6 February 2017 · Add Comment

Royal Jordanian has received new instructions from the US Customs and Border Protection to temporarily halt ban on travel of seven previously-barred nationals to enter the USA.

The countries are: Iraq, Syria, Sudan, Libya, Yemen, Iran and Somalia.

These instructions were effective of February 4, 2017. 

The new instructions call off the US President’s order to ban the aforementioned nationals to enter the USA.

The airline will resume carrying the nationals of the mentioned countries to the USA as long as they present valid US visa or Green Card. RJ operates direct flights from Amman to New York, Chicago and Detroit.

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