On November 29, 2016, U.S. Customs and Border Protection (“CBP”) announced that it is requiring all individuals holding passports issued by the People’s Republic of China that contain a visitor’s visa (B-1/B-2) valid for 10 years to enroll in the Electronic Visa Update System (“EVUS”) before traveling to the United States. EVUS is the online system used by Chinese citizens to update basic biographic information to facilitate U.S. travel. As a general rule, EVUS enrollment is valid for up to two years or until the traveler obtains a new passport or visa, whichever occurs first. Starting November 29, 2016, nationals of the People’s Republic of China will not be able to travel to the United States without a valid EVUS enrollment. To enroll, visit www.EVUS.gov. For the latest EVUS information, visit www.CBP.gov/EVUS.