The U.S. State Department has limited consular services in Spain, and U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services has reopened its Seattle office after a closure last week amid a COVID-19 outbreak in the Seattle area.
Additional information: Officials have posted regular COVID-19 updates on the U.S. Embassy in Madrid’s website. Updated information on USCIS office closures is available on this website. A BAL FAQ on implications of the measures the U.S. government has taken in response to COVID-19 is available here.
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