Italians affected by United States travel restrictions


Dear Pepe Severnini, We would like to draw your attention to the issue of thousands of Italian citizens currently in the United States or waiting to leave the United States and who are currently being denied a visa at the Embassy. Consulate General of the United States in Italy, despite all the documents required to issue a visa. With the help of other comrades, we collected nearly 1,300 signatures and reported his event to talented Italian officials, first and foremost the Minister of Foreign Affairs and International Cooperation Luigi de Mayo. We have already sent the above official communication and signatures to Minister Mayo with this email. All the signatories are people who have been directly affected by this injustice, or who have been waiting for more than a year to be reunited with their loved ones. We hope you can help us raise awareness of this initiative and help thousands of Italian citizens through the press channels to which you have access. The organizers of the signature collection on the appeal to Minister de Mayo to lift travel restrictions to the United States are Dr Valerio Francioni, MIT – Massachusetts Institute of Technology, Dr Valeria Barra, Caltech – California Institute of Technology, Dr Carmen Balcon, University of California, California, Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory Dr Mariarosaria de Rosa, University of Pittsburgh – UPMC Hillman Cancer Center Dr Fabio Feroldi, University of California, Berkeley

Ludovica Louisa Wisat , [email protected]

I read. Link to your letter which. A good problem, no doubt about it. I wonder – beyond your discomfort – how long the United States can withstand this situation.

July 3, 2021 (Change July 01, 2021 | 11:06)

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