‘Don’t worry about it’: Arizona travel restrictions on the rise

A year ago, the state of Arizona passed a bill that made it illegal for people to fly in and out of the state without a visa.

The bill was a response to a spike in domestic violence, and was designed to ensure that the victims of domestic violence had a way to get back home.

But this year, Arizona’s travel restrictions are getting stricter.

This time around, the restrictions are a little more specific.

The new legislation is a major blow to those who rely on international travel, including those from the US, Canada, Mexico, and the UK.

As Vox reports, the bill “makes it illegal to fly into Arizona for more than 90 days within the past 30 days, even if you have a valid tourist visa.”

And, if you’re in the US or Canada, you’re no longer allowed to fly to Arizona without a special “passport card.”

In short, if your visa expired, you need a passport card to travel.

So, unless you’re visiting a foreign country or you’re planning to do business in a foreign city, this is an extremely difficult way to travel to and from Arizona.

And while it’s not as bad as some other restrictions, it does make it much harder to get around Arizona.

There’s also the issue of whether the state will actually enforce the restrictions on those who can’t fly.

The Arizona Department of Public Safety (DPPS) announced that they will no longer issue travel cards, which is a significant step for the state.

This means that anyone traveling to Arizona for work or study will have to carry a valid passport and can’t take advantage of a free pass if they can’t travel in the allotted 90 days.

According to the state, “Passports are not issued for any other reason than to enable travelers to travel.”

So, for anyone who doesn’t need to take advantage or get a free visa, they can just carry a card and take advantage.

And that card is going to be issued to anyone traveling in and outside the state who’s in the country for a longer period of time.

That includes those who are visiting friends or family.

“We will not be issuing passports to any individuals who are not eligible to travel,” the department stated in a statement to the Associated Press.

“Anyone traveling to or visiting a destination in the state should be issued a passport and not issued a tourist visa.

These individuals should also ensure they have all necessary documentation to obtain a passport.

These additional requirements, including obtaining a tourist permit, should be met in advance of departure.”

That’s the bottom line for people who rely upon international travel to get to and stay in Arizona.

You may need a visa to travel, but if you can’t, you’ll need to get a passport if you want to stay.

That’s a major step forward, and hopefully it won’t be a permanent solution to the problem.