Travel Warning: Yemen

May 10, 2017 The U.S. Department of State warns U.S. citizens against all travel to Yemen because of the high security threat level posed by ongoing conflict and terrorist activities.  The Department of State updated this Travel Warning in October 2016 to reflect concerns regarding detentions of U.S. citizens by armed groups in Sanaa, and this ...
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Messages for U.S. Citizens: Yemen Travel Warning

October 6, 2016 The U.S. Department of State warns U.S. citizens against all travel to Yemen because of the high security threat level posed by ongoing conflict and terrorist activities. The Department of State is updating this Travel Warning to reflect concerns regarding detentions of U.S. citizens by armed groups in Sanaa. The Department continues to ...
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Emergency Message for U.S. Citizens: Tropical Cyclone Chapala

October 30, 2015 Based on information from the Joint Typhoon Warning Center and local media, we advise U.S. citizens that Tropical Cyclone Chapala is heading towards Yemen. Landfall in Yemen is expected on or about Saturday, October 31. We advise U.S. citizens residing in or traveling through Yemen to be vigilant, monitor local news reports for updated weather forecasts, ...
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Emergency Message for U.S. Citizens

July 15, 2015 Due to the deteriorating security situation along certain areas of the Saudi-Yemeni border, U.S. citizens should consider carefully the implications for their personal security before attempting to cross the Saudi Arabian border from Yemen. Border crossing points have increasingly been targets of violence, including small arms and mortar fire.  The only crossing ...
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Immigrant Visa Case Transfer Requests

May 11, 2015 The U.S. Embassy wishes to inform U.S. citizens and their non-U.S. citizen family members departing the unrest in Yemen and arriving in Djibouti via seaborne travel of requirements relating to immigrant visa case transfer requests. In order to improve service and appointment availability, non-U.S. citizen family members requesting a case transfer of ...
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Emergency Message for U.S. Citizens

April 6, 2015 Notify the Department about U.S. Citizens in Yemen Please make sure that you have informed the Department of State of U.S. citizens located in Yemen by visiting https://tfa.state.gov/ccd , selecting “2015 Yemen Unrest,” and providing as much information as possible. You can also contact us at 1-888-407-4747 (From the U.S. & Canada), +1-202-501-4444 ...
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Travel Warning – Yemen

April 3, 2015 1. The U.S. Department of State warns U.S. citizens of the high security threat level in Yemen due to terrorist activities and civil unrest. On February 11, 2015 due to the deteriorating security situation in Sanaa, the Department of State suspended embassy operations and U.S. Embassy Sanaa American staff have been relocated ...
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All Consular Services At Embassy Sanaa Are Suspended Until Further Notice

Updated February 24, 2015 Notice: the U.S. Department of State has designated the U.S. Embassy in Cairo, Egypt to handle American Citizens Services cases emanating out of Yemen, as well as process visas for Yemeni citizens. If you are in Yemen and have questions about your federal benefits please contact FBU.Jerusalem@SSA.gov .
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Notice To All U.S. Citizens Residing In Or Traveling To Yemen:

Embassy Sanaa has suspended consular operations in Yemen.  If you are a U.S. citizen residing in or traveling to Yemen, the Embassy may be unable to provide assistance or services to you, even if an emergency situation arises.  If you must travel to or remain in Yemen, please register with the State Department’s online  Smart Traveler Enrollment Program  as ...
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Notice To All U.S. Citizens Residing In Or Traveling To Yemen- April 01, 2015

On February 11, 2015, due to the deteriorating security situation in Sana’a, the Department of State suspended embassy operations and U.S. Embassy Sana’a American staff were relocated out of the country. The level of instability and ongoing threats in Yemen remain extremely concerning. There are no plans for a U.S. government-sponsored evacuation of U.S. citizens ...
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Emergency Message for U.S. Citizens: February 8, 2015

Due to ongoing security concerns in Yemen, U.S. Embassy Sanaa has suspended all consular services until further notice. For now, we ask U.S. citizens in need of emergency assistance to contact a U.S. embassy or consulate in a neighboring country. U.S. Embassy Sanaa is continuously analyzing the security conditions in Yemen; please check this website ...
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Emergency Message for U.S. Citizens

January 26, 2015 Due to ongoing security concerns, the U.S. Embassy in Sanaa is unable to provide routine consular services but remains open and operational and is providing emergency services. We are continuously analyzing the security conditions and will resume regular consular operations as soon as possible. The U.S. Department of State warns U.S. citizens ...
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Emergency Message for U.S. Citizens

January 20, 2015 The U.S. Embassy warns all U.S. citizens to avoid the areas around 50 and 60 Meter Road near the Presidential Palace, Presidential residence, and Haddah Area in Sana’s due to heavy fighting.  While the fighting appears to be politically motivated and an internal domestic dispute not directed against foreign interests, all U.S. ...
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