Limited Passport Services Due to COVID-19

U.S. Department of State passport processing centers in the United States are currently unable to process new, full-validity passport applications due to the COVID-19 pandemic.  For urgent cases–such as U.S. citizens with expired U.S. passports who wish to return to the United States, or families with newborn U.S. citizens without passports–U.S. citizens should contact …

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COVID-19 Information

Country-Specific Information: Qatar has 1,325 confirmed cases of COVID-19 and 3 COVID-19 deaths as of April 4, 2020 ( Ministry of Public Health ). The government of Qatar has implemented enhanced screening and quarantine measures to reduce the spread of COVID-19, including permitting only Qatari citizens to enter the country.  At this time, U.S. citizens may still depart and transit Qatar.  …

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Status of U.S. Consular Operations in Qatar in Light of COVID-19

The health and safety of those who work at and visit our embassy and consulate facilities is our highest priority. In response to the global pandemic COVID-19, and in line with the Qatari government’s call to increase social distancing, the U.S. Embassy in Doha will suspend routine immigrant and nonimmigrant visa services starting March 16, …

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