[BS/RBS list] Message from U.S. Embassy for U.S. citizens- please read

ephraim g usembassyinbeitshemesh at gmail.com
Wed May 9 09:22:05 EDT 2018


Good afternoon

Below is a message from the U.S. embassy for all U.S. citizens to read.
Ephraim

*Consular Services Post-May 14, 2018*



This is a joint message from the U.S. Embassy in Tel Aviv (soon to be U.S.
Embassy in Jerusalem) and the U.S. Consulate General in Jerusalem.  The
purpose of this message is to update U.S. citizens in Israel, the West
Bank, and Gaza on consular services available from the Consulate General
and Embassy following the opening of the U.S. Embassy in Jerusalem on May
14, 2018.



*U.S. EMBASSY IN JERUSALEM (14 David Flusser Street
<https://maps.google.com/?q=14+David+Flusser+Street&entry=gmail&source=g>)*

https://il.usembassy.gov // JerusalemACS at state.gov



After May 14, the Embassy in Jerusalem located at 14 David Flusser Street
<https://maps.google.com/?q=14+David+Flusser+Street&entry=gmail&source=g> will
provide passport, citizenship, notarial, and emergency consular services to
U.S. citizens in Israel, as well as to U.S. citizens in the West Bank and
Gaza who are able to come to Jerusalem to apply for consular services in
person. The Embassy will provide emergency assistance to U.S. citizens in
Jerusalem.  Individuals present in Israel, the West Bank, and Gaza may
apply for non-immigrant and immigrant visa services and federal benefits
(Social Security) at the Embassy.  Consular services are available by
appointment only.  All immigrant visas and all federal benefits services
for individuals living in Israel, the West Bank, and Gaza are processed
only at the Embassy in Jerusalem.



*U.S. CONSULATE GENERAL IN JERUSALEM (18 Agron Road
<https://maps.google.com/?q=JERUSALEM+(18+Agron+Road&entry=gmail&source=g>)*

https://jru.usconsulate.gov // ConGenJerusalemACS at state.gov (Note: email
not active until May 14)



After May 14, the Consulate General located at 18 Agron Road will serve
U.S. citizens in the West Bank and Gaza by providing limited passport,
citizenship, and notarial services at offsite locations in the West Bank
and at the Erez Crossing.  These services are available to U.S. citizens
who are unable to appear in person at the Embassy in Jerusalem, the Embassy
Branch Office in Tel Aviv, or the Consular Agency in Haifa.  The Consulate
General will assist U.S. citizens in the West Bank and Gaza, to include the
Allenby Crossing and checkpoints between the West Bank and Israel, in the
event of an emergency and in cases of arrest, death, or serious injury.  The
Consulate General will not provide any visa services or any other public
services at its Jerusalem location.



*U.S. EMBASSY BRANCH OFFICE IN TEL AVIV (71 HaYarkon Street
<https://maps.google.com/?q=TEL+AVIV+(71+HaYarkon+Street&entry=gmail&source=g>)*

https://il.usembassy.gov // TelAvivACS at state.gov



After May 14, the Embassy Branch Office in Tel Aviv (formerly the Embassy
in Tel Aviv) located at 71 HaYarkon Street
<https://maps.google.com/?q=71+HaYarkon+Street&entry=gmail&source=g> will
continue to provide the same consular and visa services it provided before.
  The Branch Office in Tel Aviv will provide passport, citizenship,
notarial, and emergency consular services to U.S. citizens in Israel, as
well as to U.S. citizens in the West Bank and Gaza who are able to apply
for consular services in person.  The Branch Office in Tel Aviv will
provide emergency assistance to U.S. citizens in Israel outside of
Jerusalem.  Individuals present in Israel, the West Bank, and Gaza may
apply for nonimmigrant visa services at the Branch Office in Tel Aviv.
Consular
services are available by appointment only.



*U.S. CONSULAR AGENCY IN HAIFA (26 Ben Gurion)*

https://il.usembassy.gov/embassy-consulates/consular-agent-in-haifa/ //
consage at netvision.net.il <consage at netvision.net.il%20>



After May 14, the Consular Agency located at 26 Ben Gurion will continue to
provide the same consular services for U.S. citizens it provided before.  The
Consular Agency in Haifa will provide routine passport, citizenship, and
notarial services to U.S. citizens in northern Israel and will assist U.S.
citizens in case of emergency.


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