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Travel Restrictions

In order to help prevent the spread of travel-related cases of coronavirus in the United States, the CDC recommends postponing discretionary travel--whether domestic or international.
 

I AM STRANDED ABROAD. WHAT DO I DO?

Congressman Gonzalez is actively working on solutions for constituents stranded in different countries around the world. The Coronavirus pandemic brings a number of challenges when dealing with foreign countries, however, Congressman Gonzalez is committed to bringing all constituents safely back home. If you or a loved one is stranded abroad, please see the information below:

An individual stranded abroad should email their name, date of birth, passport numbers, location and contact info to the public e-mail address of their closest embassy or consulate. To find the closest embassy or consulate, click here.

Travelers are encouraged to enroll in the Smart Traveler Enrollment Program (STEP) at step.state.gov. STEP provides updates from the State Department and helps the nearest embassy or consulate make contact with the traveler.

If you are concerned about a loved one overseas, please call: 

  • From the U.S. & Canada  - 1-888-407-4747
  • From Overseas - +1 202-501-4444

Additional Information:

TRAVEL RESRICTIONS

NEW CDC GUIDANCE ON CRUISE SHIP TRAVEL