TRAVEL RULES FOR INBOUNDS Jayne Neu Sofia Sotomayor District 5020 Country Officer District 4100 Chair. Both District 4100 and District 5020 are International Districts. Because of this we must have requirements for both countries. Mexico/US and Canada/US
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Jayne NeuSofia Sotomayor
District 5020 Country Officer District 4100 Chair
Both District 4100 and District 5020 are International Districts. Because of this we must have requirements for both countries. Mexico/US and Canada/US
The program rules of Rotary International leave space for individual rules set by the hosting District.
Permission to travel inside or outside District’s 4100 territory, is allowed if and when the following requirements are fulfilled:
Student’s behavior will be taken in consideration to grant permissions.
Written authorization from the physical parents.
c. Detailed itinerary including letter of invitation and complete contact information from host families.
d. Traveling dates do not fall into the first semester of exchange or during school time.
e. Written agreement from the host family and host club.
Although District 5020’s requirements are somewhat different than District 4100 the main theme remains the same.
All travel must have permission and all information must be completed according to the specific travel requested before permission is granted.
District 5020 has a detailed travel policy based on where and how long the travel is for.
Visits from friends, boyfriend or girlfriend from home are NOT allowed during the exchange.
Traveling to Border Countries
D-4100 POLICIES WILL MAKE THE STUDENT SUBJECT OF AN EARLY RETURN