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Health Alert – U.S. Embassy Copenhagen, Denmark (May 26, 2020)

Location:  Denmark (NEW) U.S. Embassy Copenhagen Continues Mission Critical Citizenship Services:  The U.S. Embassy in Copenhagen continues to offer mission critical appointments for citizenship services:  U.S. passports and Consular Reports of Birth Abroad (CRBA).  If you are eligible to  renew your passport by mail , use this option to avoid wait times for an in-person appointment. Expect long delays to receive ...
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Health Alert: U.S. Embassy Copenhagen, Denmark

Location:  Denmark (NEW) U.S. Embassy Copenhagen Resumes Limited Citizenship Services:  Beginning May 20 the U.S. Embassy in Copenhagen will resume limited appointments for citizenship services:  U.S. passports and Consular Reports of Birth Abroad (CRBA).  If you are eligible to  renew your passport by mail , use this option to avoid wait times for an in-person appointment. Expect long delays to receive ...
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Transatlantic Cooperation on COVID-19

As President Trump has said, the United States is working with our friends and partners around the world to coordinate our efforts on stopping the spread of the COVID-19 pandemic. The United States values our cooperation with allies and partners in combatting the pandemic and in planning for our collective recovery.  In addition to the leadership ...
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Health Alert – U.S. Embassy Copenhagen, Denmark

Location:  Denmark (NEW) Danish Border Closure Extended to June 1:  The Danish border closure – imposed on March 14 and scheduled to be in effect until May 10 – was extended to June 1.  The ban applies to all foreign tourists coming to Denmark.  The ban does not apply to foreigners who have valid Danish work or ...
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Additional U.S. Foreign Assistance Builds Upon U.S. Leadership in the Global COVID-19 Response

As we work together to defeat the coronavirus at home, the United States stands with our global partners in their time of need, as we always have. A healthier world means a healthier United States. For more than a half century, the United States has been the largest contributor to global health security and humanitarian ...
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