Kentucky Gov.

Matt Bevin (R) announced Monday that all interstate travel between Kentucky and Missouri will be banned from Jan. 1, 2019, until Feb. 1.

The state’s Transportation Department announced the new restrictions, which will include:All interstate travel from Kentucky to Missouri will have to be halted from Jan 1, 2020, until February 1, 2018.

“Kentucky and Missouri are our strongest friends and we’re going to stand by them,” Bevin said.

“And we’re taking action to make sure we’re as secure as we can be.”

Kentucky’s Travel Restrictions in the New YearKentucky has issued a temporary travel restriction for residents and businesses in the state.

Kentucky law requires travelers to be issued an individual travel permit that allows them to travel to Kentucky from anywhere in the U.S. without an additional fee.

The restrictions will remain in place until March 1, 2021, at which point the restrictions will be lifted and travel will be allowed between Kentucky, Missouri, and Tennessee.

Travelers are required to notify their airline or other travel agency if they plan to travel.

Kentucky Travel Restriction FAQQ: I was recently approved to go to Kentucky.

What will happen when I leave the state?

A: Kentucky will be the last state to impose a nationwide travel ban.

Kentuckians have the right to travel within the state as long as they have valid travel documents and meet other requirements.

Q: Will my Kentucky license be suspended?

A, No.

The Kentucky Tourism Commission will have full authority to suspend licenses for anyone who is not in compliance with the new rules.

Q.

Will I be able to get my Kentucky driver’s license?

A.

No.

A Kentucky driver license is required for all residents.

Q, Will Kentucky citizens who have a valid Kentucky license remain in Kentucky?

A and the answer is yes.

Kentucky residents who do not have a Kentucky license will not be able travel to another state.

Q and the Answer is yes, but only if they are in compliance, otherwise they will be barred from entering the stateQ and The answer is no, only residents who are in the United States legally will be able enter Kentucky.

Q for students who want to visit Kentucky, but have a parent who lives in Missouri, can they still visit Kentucky?

Q for adults who want a passport, can their travel from a foreign country still be restricted?

A Yes.

The U. S. Citizenship and Immigration Services (USCIS) will not honor a passport issued by another country, unless it is issued by the State of Kentucky.

You can still travel to and from Kentucky.

The new restrictions will affect only residents of Kentucky and residents of Missouri, Tennessee, and Mississippi, but not residents of other states.

It is not a blanket travel ban for the entire U. States.

The governor has also expanded Kentucky’s emergency travel authority to include emergency travel for certain members of the armed forces.