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US Embassy Updates Covid-19 Travel Information

In light of recent developments, the Embassy has updated its information pages on services relating to travel, visas, passports and US Citizen services

Published on October 20, 2020

Globe, Covid-19 Particles

With regulations aimed at reducing the spread of coronavirus changing on local, national and international levels, the US Embassy has updated its advice on how Covid-19 restrictions in the US and the UK may affect you and your plans. Here are three items you should know about:

Information for US Citizens in the UK

This page contains information on CDC travel recommendations, consular operations at the US Embassy in London and the US Consulates in Scotland and Northern Ireland, the latest Covid restrictions in the UK, entry and exit requirements, quarantine rules, and also general information on commercial air travel between the US and the UK.

See: uk.usembassy.gov/covid-19-coronavirus-information/

US Embassy Visa Services

This page includes details on the Embassy's Visa Services, including the status of visa interviews at the London Embassy and at the consulates, and also guidance on US regulations for travelers to America.

See: uk.usembassy.gov/information-for-nonimmigrant-visa-applicants-following-the-coronavirus-covid-19-outbreak/

Passports and travel information for US Citizens

This page covers information about passports and other travel requirements for US Citizens, including US passport renewals and applications, appointments for interviews, and other details.

See: uk.usembassy.gov/information-for-american-citizens-following-the-coronavirus-covid-19-outbreak/

Other enquiries

As the regulations change, keep these pages in mind, as they contain vital, regularly updated information on travel, passports, visas and other issues that are likely to affect US Citizens in the UK, and others who are planning to travel to the US.

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