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U.S. State Department warns vigilance in Europe

The U.S. State Department just sent out a travel alert for Europe from now till Jan. 31, 2018.

They want to make sure American citizens in Europe are especially vigilante about their travel plans and surroundings (especially holiday festivals and events), as there are ongoing terrorist threats in Europe.

I encourage you to go visit Europe – you’ll be thankful you did. Or, if you’re moving there or have just moved there – don’t worry but do be cautious about public gatherings. Don’t let this keep you from enjoying une bouteille de vin with your friends.

I’ve included the main contact information for citizens below. You can see full alert on the U.S. State Department website here. I also highly encourage you to make digital copies of your passport and travel documents, and register for the STEP program below. Travel wise! – Michael

United States Embassy

American Citizen Services Unit

4, avenue Gabriel

75382 Paris Cedex 08

France

Telephone in France: 01 43 12 22 22

Telephone from U.S.: (011 33) 1 43 12 22 22

Website:https://fr.usembassy.gov

American Citizen Services: e-mail – citizeninfo@state.gov

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