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Travel - State Dept 19m
You will need to work with . They administer the Global Entry program.
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Travel - State Dept 23m
: Report of stabbing incident in city of . Monitor local news for updates.
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Travel - State Dept 8h
: If safe following terrorist attack in , let loved ones know directly and/or update social media with your status.
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Travel - State Dept 8h
Replying to @TaritaC
This is a different attack from the one that occurred earlier in Barcelona. This attack is approx. 75 miles south in Cambrils, Spain.
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Travel - State Dept 8h
: attack in , approx. 75 miles south of . Avoid unnecessary travel in immediate area.
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Travel - State Dept 17h
: those needing welfare/whereabout info on US cits in call 888-407-4747 if in US/Canada or 202-501-4444 in other countries.
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Travel - State Dept 17h
Replying to @AsunaKitten
UK citizens need to apply for ESTA (visa waiver program) prior to entering the US. Info here:
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Travel - State Dept 17h
Replying to @debigben66
Adult passport renewals with routine processing cost $110.
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Travel - State Dept 18h
Replying to @HarshZack
Yes carry the expired passport with you, along with your valid passport.
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Travel - State Dept 18h
- Keep travel documents (US passport, US green card, etc.) secure during your trip.
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Travel - State Dept 18h
Replying to @Thomas_N127
People born in American Samoa become US nationals at birth and may travel on US passports.
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Travel - State Dept 18h
Replying to @TopekaBrown
To be clear- the travel restriction on North Korea goes into effect on Sept 1, 2017.
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Travel - State Dept 18h
Replying to @TopekaBrown
Currently there is restriction on travel to North Korea for US passport holders. There are no other current travel restrictions
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Travel - State Dept 18h
Here is the contact info:
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Travel - State Dept 19h
Replying to @ACicekler
You are welcome to apply for a B1/B2 visitor visa at nearest US embassy/consulate.
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Travel - State Dept 19h
Replying to @JohnMorello7
Nope! Just leave it blank.
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Travel - State Dept 19h
Replying to @ACicekler
Unless you have a permanent ineligibility, you can reapply for a B1/B2 visitor visa at any time.
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Travel - State Dept 19h
Thanks for all of your questions during our Q&A today! Our next chat will be Thursday Sept 7.
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Travel - State Dept 19h
Replying to @TopekaBrown
Good question! We'll get you an answer shortly.
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Travel - State Dept 19h
Replying to @JohnMorello7
Nothing too exciting, but it is for internal use.
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