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Massachusetts Covid Quarantine Rules

iVisa | Updated on Jul 13, 2022

Please note that as of June 2022 the CDC no longer requires travelers to present a negative COVID-19 test or documentation of recovery from COVID pre arrival to the US

Massachusetts is trying to limit the spread of Covid 19 by implementing Massachusetts Covid quarantine rules. This rule is in place and limits travelers from wandering around freely when they arrive in the state. At iVisa.com we can help you navigate this new rule. Along with the mandatory quarantine order you must also present a Health Declaration as well a United States Attestation Form if you would like to enter Massachusetts.

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Here at iVisa.com , we have plenty of experience with helping customers navigate the Massachusetts Covid quarantine rules, see below for ways we can help ease your stress.

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How do I complete the application to get the forms that I need?

Follow the simple steps below to follow the Massachusetts Covid quarantine rules:

  • Complete the Health Declaration and the United States Attestation Form application using iVisa.com.
  • Decide which processing times work for you - Standard Rush or Super Rush.
  • Pick the method of payment you would like to use - A credit/debit card.
  • Send us your application and one of our experts will review it.
  • Look for an email from iVisa.com with your travel documents.

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What advantage is there to doing this in advance?

Filling out your Health Declaration and your United States Attestation Form in advance with iVisa.com gives you the freedom to not have to worry about finding out where to get the forms and how to fill them out. Use iVisa.com to make things simple and easy and understand the Massachusetts Covid quarantine rules.

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Frequently asked questions

Do I have to pay a fee?

There is no fee associated with the new Massachusetts Covid quarantine rules or obtaining the Health Declaration or the United States Attestation Form, however if you would like to have iVisa.com take care of everything, we do charge a processing fee.

Processing information is below:

  • Standard Processing Time: 24 hours - USD $28.49
  • Rush Processing Time: 8 hours - USD $51.99
  • Super Rush Processing Time: 4 hours - USD $86.99

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Do I need a negative coronavirus test?

  • COVID testing requirements: There are no testing requirements.

Do I still need a visa?

Yes, you will still be required to obtain a visa even if you follow the Massachusetts Covid quarantine rules and have the Health Declaration and the United States Attestation Form as they are not substitutes for a visa.

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What do I do about my unresolved questions?

iVisa.com has a very dedicated customer service agents team who are available 24/7 to assist all of our customers with any queries that they may have. Feel free to contact us anytime to talk about anything you are unsure about like the Massachusetts Covid quarantine rules.

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