Travel Alerts: How to stay informed

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How do you get your travel alerts

How do you get your travel alerts?

Got a trip planned? Are you going overseas? It’s a good idea to be aware of recent activity and possible threats so you can be prepared. We keep our readers up to date on world events and alerts, but here are some other ways to stay informed.

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The U.S. Department of State

The U.S. Department of State & Bureau of Consular Affairs makes it their business to know what is going on in the world at all times. They categorize travel information as either warnings or alerts.

The difference is:

A Travel Warning–consider very carefully whether you should go to a country at all. (Serious)

A Travel Alert–events you should know about when planning travel to a country. (Less Serious)

You can also check out their interactive map and enter any country to find any travel alerts or warnings.

Additional Travel Information

You can also find out all kinds of information on:

  • Passports & Visas
  • U.S. Embassy & Consulate Locations
  • International Adoption
  •  Much more

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