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Foreign Travel

Foreign Travel

Your Trip Abroad

Visa Requirements of Foreign Governments

U.S. Customs Know Before You Go - Duties and Customs

U.S. Customs Know Before You Go - Security Measures

CDC’s International Travelers’ Health Information Geographic Health Recommendations

CDC’s International Travelers’ Health Information Safe Food and Water

CDC’s International Travelers’ Health Information Special Needs Travelers

Human Immunodeficiency Virus (HIV) Testing Requirements for Entry into Foreign Countries

Medical Information for Americans Traveling Abroad

Government Advice: A Safe Trip Abroad

Government Advice: International Parental Child Abduction

Government Advice: International Adoption

Government Advice: The Office of Overseas Citizens Services

Government Advice: Travel Warning on Drugs Abroad

Government Advice: Crisis Abroad: What the State Department Does

Government Advice: Sending Money to Overseas Citizens Services

Government Advice: Tips for Travelers to Canada

Government Advice: Tips for Travelers to the Caribbean

Government Advice: Tips for Travelers to the People’s Republic of China

Government Advice: Tips for Travelers to Mexico

Government Advice: Tips for Travelers to The Middle East and North Africa

Government Advice: Tips for Travelers to Russia

Government Advice: Tips for Travelers to South and Central America

Government Advice: Tips for Travelers to South Asia

Government Advice: Tips for Travelers to Sub-Saharan Africa

Government Advice: How and Where to Seek the State Department’s Assistance When Doing Business Abroad

Country Reports on Terrorism: 2006

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