You’ve heard the story about how the United States has banned foreign travel to Canada, but you might not know how to do it.
With travel restrictions in effect from New Year’s Eve to January 1, 2019, the best way to plan your trip is to figure out which country to visit first.
While most of the world has a list of travel-friendly cities, you may want to get a bit more specific.
In the United Kingdom, for example, the government has banned all flights from January 1 to February 17.
Here’s what you need to know about the restrictions.
Canada Restrictions Canada’s rules are very different from those in the United State.
They’re more restrictive.
The U.S. has some of the strictest travel restrictions around the world.
It doesn’t matter what country you visit, the rules will apply to your entire trip, from the airport to your hotel.
Here are the main restrictions: You can’t bring in your own personal belongings, like your smartphone or laptop, even if it’s in the baggage claim.
You can only stay in Canada for the duration of your stay.
You need a visa to enter the country, which you must get before leaving the U.K. If you’re not in a legal relationship with someone in the U, you can’t travel with someone else.
You must have your passport scanned when you board a plane.
You cannot carry more than five pounds (2.4 kilograms) of luggage on a plane, which is a maximum of three times your body weight.
You have to check in with the airlines before leaving your country.
You won’t be able to buy or sell items online or through stores.
The government also bans people from flying from countries with certain religious or ethnic groups.
These restrictions apply to anyone from any of the listed countries: Iran, Iraq, Libya, Somalia, Sudan, Syria, and Yemen.
In addition to the U