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The State Department maintains several resources that are useful for the U.S. expatriate or traveler. We provide general information about international travel and living abroad, travel alerts, travel warnings, and country specific information. The State Department maintains an electronic travel registration system that we use to disseminate important warden messages and to assist U.S. citizens in trouble abroad.
Residents of Qatar
Our Consular Section maintains several resources for the benefit of U.S. citizens in Qatar. We provide legal information, medical information, instructions about how to marry, and about how to obtain a U.S. police clearance for a Qatari residence permit application.
U.S. Citizen Rights, Obligations, and Benefits
U.S. citizens living in Qatar can still exercise their rights and are still subject to obligations under U.S. law. If eligible, they are also entitled to receive federal benefits while living abroad.
If you have a question or comment for our American Citizen Services Unit, please contact us.