Articles tagged “immigration”

Tourism

Can Reparations From Franco’s Dictatorship Create a New Travel Wave of Migration to Spain?

Plenty of Spanish descendants in Latin America were waiting for this law. A family legacy can now become complete, and also allow them longer trips through Europe.

Can Reparations From Franco’s Dictatorship Create a New Travel Wave of Migration to Spain?

Business Travel

The Immigration Lawyer Charting New Remote Work Pathways for Companies

From abandoned medieval villages to humanitarian crises, David Cantor's Relocate wants to build a community of legal experts to respond to new mass movements of people around the globe.

The Immigration Lawyer Charting New Remote Work Pathways for Companies

Online Travel

Managing Foreign Visitor Data Is Getting a Pandemic Rethink Across Travel

New tech launched today in Seychelles spotlights the issues many border agencies will face when collecting coronavirus-related health data from travelers.

Managing Foreign Visitor Data Is Getting a Pandemic Rethink Across Travel

Hotels

Marriott, Hilton, Choice Hotels Refuse to Serve as Detention Centers in Trump-Backed Immigration Raids

Want to talk about an easy public relations win? This is it. Hotel business and politics don't mix.

Marriott, Hilton, Choice Hotels Refuse to Serve as Detention Centers in Trump-Backed Immigration Raids

Tourism

Travel Booking Site CEOs Condemn Trump’s Travel Ban for Muslim-Majority Countries

What TripAdvisor CEO Kaufer tweeted about Republican Congress members holds true for the travel industry, as well: This is not the time to be silent about an issue that cuts to the core of travel and democracy in the U.S.

Travel Booking Site CEOs Condemn Trump’s Travel Ban for Muslim-Majority Countries

Hotels

Hilton and Marriott CEOs Urge Hoteliers to Hire More Millennials and Lobby to Ease Travel Barriers

Both CEOs made the case for their respective causes, which would ultimately benefit not only their respective businesses and customers, but the travel industry a whole.

Hilton and Marriott CEOs Urge Hoteliers to Hire More Millennials and Lobby to Ease Travel Barriers

Airlines

U.S. Travel Leaders Urge Congress to Cut Airport Wait Times to 30 Minutes

President Obama has enacted reforms that have cut visa wait times abroad and increased destination marketing. Policies to create a faster, more seamless entry would be the logical next step, as would releasing more money to pay customs and border control staff.

U.S. Travel Leaders Urge Congress to Cut Airport Wait Times to 30 Minutes

Tourism

6 Ways the U.S. Could Improve Global Travel and 1 Reason Why It Won’t

Tourism's importance to the growth of the U.S. economy can not be underestimated and it deserves greater consideration by politicians at every level -- especially the stubborn ones.

6 Ways the U.S. Could Improve Global Travel and 1 Reason Why It Won’t

Tourism

Foreigners working summers in U.S. may be kicked out with new immigration bill

U.S. regulators are focused on the short-term goal of increasing youth employment without looking at the long-term economic benefits of attracting visitors to spend summers in the U.S. Benefits include building a positive brand abroad, attracting peers of summer workers to visit, and encouraging future trips.

Tourism

Why travel needs to have a bigger seat at the table in U.S. immigration debate

Making it easier to travel U.S. is tied to the visa regime and border security, which in turn is heavily influenced by immigration reforms. Also U.S. travel orgs need more manpower to help grow them, and in turn grow jobs all around. All of this should be on the table in immigration reform debates.

Why travel needs to have a bigger seat at the table in U.S. immigration debate