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The State Department’s Efforts and Resources
The Department of State is taking a vital move to advise and protect overseas U.S. citizens, protect the country, improve the Administration’s commitment to developing the worldwide health security limit for this and future epidemics Also to minimize the effect for the companies of U.S. and supply chains abroad.

U.S. Citizens are advised to avoid all international travel due to the global impact of COVID-19.

Most U.S. and non-U.S. citizens are eligible for financial aid for educational institutes. It is essential to know the criteria of the selected programs, how to remain qualified, and how to get back your eligibility if you lose it due to some reason.
Protecting Homeland
The core priority of the U.S Health Department is to limit the spread of the virus and to secure the country. There is a cautious restriction on travel, related to our interagency partners, for the people in regions considered at great risk. Department of the State is continuously updating the travel guidelines for people living or traveling abroad in order to ensure their safety and wellbeing.
Supporting U.S. Government Efforts
Covid-19 Update

Ex-president Donald Trump signed a notification on December 31, 2020, regarding suspending travel into the U.S. of specific immigrants and nonimmigrants who might be a continuous danger to the labor market of the U.S. in regards to the coronavirus pandemic. This declaration extends the Presidential Proclamations (P.P.) 10014 and 10052 through March 31, 2021. See the complete content of the announcement:

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