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Business Travel

Foreign Travel

Foreign travel is defined as travel to, between, or within countries outside the United States, Alaska, Hawaii, and its territories and possessions. University foreign business travel must be authorized by the department head or authorized delegate. It is the employee's responsibility to ensure their travel arrangements comply with University policies and procedures and their claims for reimbursement are accurate. For additional information and policies on foreign travel, see Section 15, Travel of the Business and Financial Policies and Procedures manual.

Travel Warnings

University employees traveling abroad should take heed of the travel warnings issued by the U.S. Department of State. For a current listing, visit the Bureau of Consular Affairs Link opens new window.

Visitors to the U.S.

Students from abroad coming to the United States may find helpful information from their campus foreign student affairs offices.

For additional information regarding visitors to the U.S., see Section 18.2, Foreign Nationals of the Business and Financial Policies and Procedures manual.

Last Updated: October 12, 2015

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