We want to share important information regarding the ongoing situation in Israel. The circumstances in the region remain unpredictable, with ongoing security concerns that require vigilance.
It is crucial for all individuals in Israel to follow the guidance provided by local government authorities to increase their security awareness and ensure their safety. Please be aware that mortar and rocket fire incidents may occur without warning.
For U.S. citizens currently in Israel who require assistance or have concerns, we strongly advise reaching out to the nearest U.S. embassy or consulate as soon as possible. You can do this by using the crisis intake form available through this link. Additionally, family members of U.S. citizens can also submit information on behalf of their loved ones who are U.S. citizens.
For those U.S. citizens who may be considering leaving Israel and can do so safely, we recommend checking the status of border crossings and verifying that scheduled flights have not been canceled before heading to Ben Gurion Airport.
For more detailed information on steps to take in the event of mortar and rocket fire, please refer to the Country Information for Israel, the West Bank, and Gaza on the U.S. Department of State’s website here.
Should you require immediate assistance or have specific inquiries, please contact the following:
U.S. Embassy Jerusalem
Address: 14 David Flusser St., Jerusalem
U.S. Embassy Branch Office Tel Aviv
Address: 71 HaYarkon St., Tel Aviv
State Department – Consular Affairs
Emergency Contact: 1-833-890-9595 (toll-free) or 606-641-0131 (local)
We understand that these times may be unsettling, and we encourage all individuals in the affected areas to enroll in the Safe Traveler Enrollment Program (STEP) to receive security updates and relevant information.
The safety and well-being of our community are of utmost importance. If you have any questions or need further assistance, please do not hesitate to reach out.
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