The US has one of the strictest travel laws around the world.
If you are traveling to Europe, you need to be at least 18 years of age to visit, rent or buy a house or apartment.
If a country like France, Italy or even the UK is not on the list, you will need to get an EU visa for entry.
This is something that the Trump administration has said it would not do.
However, it seems that the US is considering lifting some of these restrictions on EU citizens who want to visit the US.
According to reports from CNN and the Associated Press, the Department of Homeland Security (DHS) is working on a rule change that would allow people to travel between the US and Europe by air.
Under the proposed rule, any person who wants to travel from the US to another EU country, including France, Germany, Italy, Spain or the UK, would be allowed to do so.
The rule would allow any person in Europe to stay with their family members in the US, including their spouse, children, and parents.
A DHS spokesperson told the AP that the rule would not affect the people of the European Union who live in the United States.
There is no word yet on when it will be implemented, but the Associated Times reports that the Department is working to finalise it.
The US has the most stringent immigration rules in the developed world, with many of them aimed at keeping out people who have criminal records, or who are not citizens.
However, in some cases, the policies are used as a weapon against foreigners.
For example, some countries have laws that prohibit tourists from entering their territory if they have criminal convictions, and others bar foreigners from using public parks for hunting.