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Covid-19: Travel restrictions and entry requirements
Last updated on: 29 Sep 2020


Considering that entry regulations can change at short notice,  we recommend that you start by checking IATA's website*) but also seek information on each countries' government websites.


(*) the map is interactive. Click on each country for information about entry regulations.


Mainland Portugal 

Azores | Madeira and Porto Santo islands

Travelling to or with a layover at a Portuguese airport

According to the provisions of the Portuguese Government ( Order no. 7595-A / 2020, of July 31 - available in Portuguese only), entry into the national territory is only authorized to:

  1. Passengers on flights from countries that are members of the European Union, from countries associated with the Schengen Area (Liechtenstein, Norway, Iceland and Switzerland) and from the United Kingdom under the Exit Agreement between the European Union and the United Kingdom (regardless of the passenger's nationality )
  2. Passengers on flights from countries whose epidemiological situation is in accordance with Council Recommendation (EU) 2020/912 of 30 June 2020, namely Canada and Morocco
  3. Passengers on flights from countries that are not part of the European Union or that are not countries associated with the Schengen Area, exclusively for essential trips, namely:
    1. European Union nationals, nationals of States associated with the Schengen Area and members of their families, under Directive 2004/38 / EC, of the Parliament and of the Council, and third-country nationals with legal residence in a Member State of the European Union
    2. Third-country nationals travelling for professional, study, family reunion, health or humanitarian reasons
  4. Passengers on repatriation or humanitarian flights organized under the law


Passengers on flights described in subparagraphs a) and b) are not required to present a negative RT-PCR molecular test to COVID-19 performed within 72 hours prior to the flight.

All passengers (including Portuguese citizens and non-Portuguese citizens with legal residence in Portugal and their families) on the flights described in paragraphs c) and d) must present proof of negative RT-PCR molecular test to COVID-19 performed within 72 hours prior to the time of departure, or they will be denied boarding.

Exceptions to the rule of mandatory presentation of a negative test before boarding:

  • Passengers transferring in Portugal with an onward flight to another country are exempt from presenting the test as long as the onward flight takes place on the same calendar day and provided they do not leave the airport boarding area.
  • Passengers of Portuguese nationality and passengers with legal residence in Portugal, on flights originating in African Portuguese speaking countries or any origin in third countries on repatriation or humanitarian flights:
    • are allowed to board without proof of test
    • will be tested on arrival at the Portuguese airport of entry, at their own expense, and must wait for the results at their residence (for reference, the test costs 100 €).

TAP advises passengers in these circumstances to carry out the COVID-19 test in the country of origin before boarding,  in order to make the arrival in Portugal faster and simpler.


Portuguese national / resident in Portugal travelling EWR - LIS

Must provide a negative test to board

non-Portuguese citizen travelling GIG - LIS

Must provide a negative test to board

non-Portuguese citizen travelling GRU - LIS - MAD

No test proof required (if in transit on the same day, provided they stay inside the boarding areas)

Portuguese national / resident in Portugal travelling  RAI - LIS

Can take the test on arrival

Portuguese national / resident in Portugal on repatriation flight DSS - LIS

Can take the test on arrival

non-Portuguese citizen  travelling LAD - LIS

Must provide a negative test to board

non-Portuguese citizen  travelling on repatriation flight DSS - LIS

Must provide a negative test to board

In accordance with the guidelines of the Portuguese health authorities, all passengers will be required to complete a Passenger Location Form on all flights to the following Portuguese airports: Humberto Delgado Airport (Lisbon), Francisco Sá Carneiro Airport ( Porto), Faro Airport (Faro).

Travelling to Portugal - Madeira, Porto Santo and the Azores

1. Madeira and Porto Santo islands

When planning a trip to Madeira and Porto Santo, it is important to know the regulations in force in this Region, within the scope of the prevention and containment of COVID-19.

1 - It is mandatory to complete the epidemiological survey. For the passenger's convenience, you can fill it out here in the 12 to 48 hours before departure.

As of the 1st of July:

  • All passengers on flights from abroad who carry a negative test for COVID-19 disease, performed within 72 hours before disembarkation, in laboratories certified by national or international authorities, upon disembarkation, proceed to their destination, upon presentation of the corresponding report which can also be submitted, in advance, together with the inquiry referred to in 1.
  • Passengers disembarking at airports in the Autonomous Region of Madeira, who have not tested for COVID-19, will do so at the airport upon arrival. After performing the test, the passenger will proceed to their destination. The passenger will be informed of the result within the following 12 hours.

As additional preventive measures for COVID-19 in the Autonomous Region of Madeira, the following are recommended:

  • Use of a mask, especially in closed spaces and public transport (mandatory);
  • Social distance (2 meters between people and avoid crowds);
  • Frequent hand hygiene;
  • Respiratory etiquette.

For the safety and protection of all, comply with the recommendations.

For further clarification, passengers can send an email, and / or contact the following numbers: +351 291208700 / +351 969320327 / +351 969320235.

Tourism reopening in Madeira

From the 1st of July, Madeira and Porto Santo islands will be fully open to international travellers and have developed a plan to ensure security for both tourists and residents.
The Madeira Promotion Bureau has created the "MADEIRA SAFE TO DISCOVER" with valuable information and recommendations for all travellers to these enchanted Portuguese islands.

Disembarkation channels for FNC and PXO passengers

Disembarkation channels have been created at Funchal and Porto Santo airports, with different colours for a better distribution of passengers and improved Covid-19 control:

  • Green channel for passengers with negative PCR tests.
  • Blue channel for passengers with no tests performed. These passengers must perform tests upon arrival, free of charge.

NOTE: As stated above, all passengers, with or without tests performed, must register online 12 to 48 hours before the flight. Passengers with the result of their PCR tests must also download the results. There are no longer any forms to be filled onboard or upon arrival.

Passengers who have not registered can do so upon arrival at FNC and PXO airports, but only online. All passengers without the tools to do so will have the support of the WELCOME TEAM at the arrivals area.


2. Azores

All passengers disembarking at the airports of Ponta Delgada, on the island of S. Miguel, or Lajes, on the island of Terceira, must fill out here the Questionnaire of the Risk and Early Detection, within 72 hours prior to departure. The questionnaire will present various possibilities and the passenger will have to opt between one of the following:

  1. To have been tested for SARS-CoV-2 virus on the 72 hours preceding the flight to the Azores and the result was negative. In this case, a physical document that proves that the test for SARS-CoV-2 has been performed within the 72 hours before departure must be presented. That document must contain the passengers' identification, the lab where the test was performed, the date of the test, the signature of the people who performed the test, and the NEGATIVE result. If the stay will be longer than seven days, the passengers must, on the 6th day from the date SARS-CoV-2 test was performed, contact the health services so that another test can be performed by the Health Authorities that will inform them of the result.
  2. Complete a screening test for SARS-CoV-2, done by the local health authority, with the collection of biological samples upon arrival, and must remain, in prophylactic isolation at home or the location where they will be staying, until the test result is received. In this case and if the stay is to be longer than seven days, the passenger must, on the 6th day from the date SARS-CoV-2 test was performed, contact the health services so that another test can be performed by the Health Authorities that will inform them of the result.
  3. Return to the destination of origin or travel to any destination outside the Region, in which case until the time of the flight mandatory prophylactic isolation in a hotel indicated for the purpose must be fulfilled;

All passengers must comply with the rules for the use of a mask, physical distance and respiratory etiquette defined by the regional health authority.

If the passenger refuses to comply with all the procedures provided, the local health authority may, within the scope of its competence, determine mandatory quarantine, for the period necessary to obtain the SARS-CoV-2 virus screening test result, or if the passenger does not agree to this, then until the time necessary to complete 14 days since the arrival to the Region, stay in a hotel designated for this purpose, in which the cost will be charged to the passenger.

Failure to comply with the prophylactic isolation in the aforementioned terms and period, as well as failure to comply with the mandatory quarantine, in cases where it is determined, implies the immediate presentation, by the health authority of the municipality where the passenger resides or is staying, of a complaint about the practice of crime disobedience.

Necessary information concerning the hotel units determined for this purpose and the associated services and conditions will be available through the COVID-19 Line for non-medical issues - 800 29 29 29 or by email

 You may also read the PDF "Information for Passengers" issued by the Government of the Azores.


Austria | Belgium | Ireland | Italy | Luxembourg | Norway |Spain | Switzerland | United Kingdom 


Travel to Austria

Passengers traveling from Portugal (from September 28, only Lisbon and the Norte regions) must present RT-PCR test for COVID-19, with a negative result, carried out within 72 hours prior to boarding.

If testing is not possible at the point of origin of the flight, the entry can still be granted to Austrian territory and the RT-PCR test must be carried out in Austria within 48 hours of arrival. Until a negative test result is available, a self-monitored (home) quarantine must be carried out, for which an accommodation confirmation has to be presented. The quarantine can only be terminated when a negative test result is received. The costs for the test as well as any necessary accommodation will be paid by the passengers.

Children up to the age of six are exempted from obligatory COVID testing for entry into Austria.

For further information:



Travel to Belgium

From August 1, 2020, all passengers travelling to Belgium by air will be required to complete an electronic  Passenger Locator Form (PLF) within 48 hours of their arrival regardless of their departure point and nationality. Passengers who fail to comply with this obligation or provide misleading or incomplete information may be denied access to Belgian territory and fined.

If the passenger does not comply by presenting the PLF duly filled out the airline has the right to deny the boarding of the passenger on the flight. Thus, the passenger must present one of the two documents mentioned below prior to their boarding:

  • The proof of submission of an electronic PLF. This is the document with a QR code with a copy of the information that was submitted. 
  • For passengers who were technically unable to submit an electronic PLF, a paper PLF duly completed and signed. For intra-Schengen flights, this paper form must be collected by the air carrier and handed over to the health/designated authorities at the airport of arrival in Belgium, immediately after the flight. For extra-Schengen flights, the form must be handed over by the passenger himself to the authorities responsible for border controls in Belgium. 


Travel to Germany - list of risk countries updated 23 SEP 20

Passengers who have been in areas considered to be high-risk by the German Federal Republic within 14 days of the flight and who do not have a negative RT-PCR test carried out within 48 hours prior to arrival, must undergo a free test and must wait for the result in-home quarantine. This test can be performed at the airport on arrival. Alternatively, passengers can opt for a 14-day quarantine.
Check all local restrictions and confirm which areas are considered high-risk.


Travel to Ireland (Rep. of) - new online form eff. 26Aug20

Passengers arriving in the Republic of Ireland from overseas, including Irish citizens, are legally required by the Irish authorities to complete the  COVID-19 Passenger Locator Form, that will be changing from 26 August to an online form.  Passengers must fill out the form during the 48 hours prior to their arrival in the country.

Failure to complete the form is an offence. Following the completion of the form, an email receipt will be issued, which must be presented (or a completed printed version of the form) to an officer at the point of entry to the country. 

One form should be completed for each passenger aged 16 or older. Details of children under the age of 16 must be included on the form completed by the adult accompanying them.

During the 14 days following arrival the information on the form may be used:

  • to provide the passenger with public health information,
  • to contact the passenger to verify that the information on the form is correct and
  • for the purpose of contact tracing in relation to confirmed or suspected cases of COVID-19.

Passengers arriving into Ireland on or before 25 August,  must complete a downloadable COVID-19 Passenger Locator Form and present this to relevant authorities on arrival.

The public health measures that apply to all of the population in Ireland, will also apply to all arriving passengers. More information at


Travel to Italy

Italian authorities have determined that passengers who do not hold (i) an Italian passport as Italian citizens or (ii) a Schengen passport and residence in Italy are prohibited from entering Italy when in the last 14 days they have stayed or travelled through one of the following countries: Armenia, Bahrain, Bangladesh, Brazil, Bosnia Herzegovina, Chile, Kuwait, North Macedonia, Moldova, Oman, Panama, Peru, Dominican Republic.


According to the Italian authorities, on all flights to/from Italy as well as at Italian airports, a surgical or higher-grade disposable face mask is mandatory and must be replaced every 4 hours. Reusable masks are no allowed.


Travel to Luxembourg

The Ministry of Foreign and European Affairs of Luxembourg informs that citizens of the European Union, citizens of the United Kingdom, countries of the Schengen Area, San Marino, Andorra, Monaco and the Vatican, as well as their family members, are free to enter the European Union regardless of the reason and not just to return home.

As of 1 July, the following national categories of third countries are allowed to enter Luxembourg:

  1. Third-country nationals who have a long-term residence permit / residence visa in one of the States of the Union or in one of the countries associated with the Schengen Area under European regulations; or who have a long-stay visa issued by one of the states mentioned above;
  2. Health professionals, researchers and professional caregivers for the elderly;
  3. Cross-border workers;
  4. Seasonal agricultural workers;
  5. People whose occupation is related to the transport sector;
  6. Members of diplomatic bodies, staff of international organizations and persons invited by these organizations whose physical presence is required for the proper functioning of the organizations; military personnel; staff in the field of cooperation and development and humanitarian aid; civil protection personnel; in the exercise of the respective functions;
  7. Passengers in transit;
  8. Passengers travelling for family reasons and holding supporting documents;
  9. Sailors;
  10. People who need to apply for international protection from Luxembourg for other humanitarian reasons;
  11. Third-country nationals travelling for studies;
  12. Highly qualified third-country workers if their employment is economically necessary and their work cannot be carried out from abroad.

For the categories of travellers described in 8, 11 and 12, the Minister of Foreign Affairs or the embassy of the respective country must issue a specific certificate.

From 1 July 2020, third-country nationals are also allowed to enter Luxembourg when they reside in one of the following countries: Algeria; Australia; Canada; China (when there is reciprocity at European Union level); Georgia; Japan; Montenegro; Morocco; New Zealand; Rwanda; Serbia; South Korea; Thailand; Tunisia; Uruguay.

In addition to the usual documents, passengers residing in the countries described must have in their possession additional official documents proving their residence in the third country for which restrictions have been lifted, such as certificates of residence and / or work visa issued third country of residence. These documents must be accompanied by a translation into one of Luxembourg's administrative languages or into English.

Travel to Norway - updt 9/29

The Ministry of Foreign Affairs is maintaining its global advice against all non-essential travel to all countries. This advice currently applies until 15 January 2021. 

 Please check the website of the Norwegian Government for all details.

Travel to Spain

The Ministry of Health of the Government of Spain has launched a series of sanitary and hygiene control measures to protect the health of its citizens and of all people who travel to Spain. One of these measures is the Spain Travel Health (SpTH) program, which, as of July 1, 2020, establishes a protocol for health control at Spanish airports, for all people who fly to Spain from other countries.


Travel to Switzerland

 From 6 July 2020, people arriving in Switzerland from certain countries and areas are required to go into quarantine. The Swiss Federal Council decided to introduce this measure on the 1st of July 2020. On the website of the Federal Office of Public Health FOPH, you will find the list of countries and regions considered by the Swiss authorities with a high risk of infection. The list of countries and areas concerned was updated on 23 July 2020. The cantonal authorities carry out spot checks to ensure quarantine is being respected.

Mandatory quarantine for persons arriving in Switzerland

Anyone planning to enter Switzerland and in the past 14 days has spent time in a country or region where there is an increased risk of infection will have to do the following:

  • Go immediately on arrival to their home or other suitable accommodation.
  • Stay there for 10 days from the day of arrival without going out. Follow the instructions on quarantine (PDF, 182 kB, 07.07.2020).
  • Report their arrival within two days to the responsible cantonal authority.
  • Follow the instructions given by that authority.
  • Anyone who evades quarantine, or who fails to comply with the duty to notify the authorities, is committing an offence under the Epidemics Act and is liable to a fine of up to CHF 10,000.

For further information, please check FOPH or contact the Infoline - (+41) 58 464 44 88 (06: 00 - 23: 00).

Attention: Portugal has just been considered a risk zone for Switzerland, a condition that is effective on 28 September.

Anyone who has been in a risk zone for the past 10 days, on arrival in Switzerland, must immediately go to the 10-day quarantine and must report their arrival to the Cantonal authorities.

A negative test does not exempt anyone from quarantine.

All detailed information on the website below:

Travel to the United Kingdom

As of the 8th of June, new rules take effect for passengers, residents and non-residents, travelling to the United Kingdom. Passengers will need to:

  • Fill out the online form available here, providing information regarding the journey, as well as personal contact information. The form can only be submitted within 48 hours before the scheduled arrival in the United Kingdom;
  • Self-isolate for 14 days at the location where they'll be staying. Click here for more information.
  • To see which passengers are exempt from the UK's border rules, click here.

For further information regarding British non-Portuguese citizens traveling overseas during the coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic, please check


Angola | Cape Verde | Ghana | Mozambique | Senegal


Travel to Angola

Passengers travelling to Luanda will no longer have to present any authorisation issued by “MIREX” or the "Comissão Multissectorial", however entries will be limited to the passengers described below: 

  • Return to Angola of nationals and non-national residents;
  • The entry of foreign citizens with work visas;
  • Return of foreign citizens to their respective countries;
  • Official trips to and from the national territory;
  • Entry and exit of diplomatic and consular staff.

All entries and exits from the territory are dependent on the presentation of an  RT-PCR test to COVID-19 with a negative result, carried out 72 hours prior to boarding.

After entering the country a 14-day quarantine must be carried out, which may be shortened to 7 days upon presentation of a new negative COVID-19 test.

Travel to Cape Verde 


As of the 1st of August 2020, passengers arriving from Portugal on the so-called essential flights (RAI and VXE) must present a negative PCR test for Covid-19  performed up to 72 hours prior to arrival in Cape Verde.

Crianças com menos de 7 anos (ou 12 anos em caso de estarem a viajar desde os EUA) estão isentas de apresentar teste PCR à COVID19.

In addition, they must have proof of the EASE pre-registration (with the exception of holders of Cape Verdean passports, diplomatic / service passports, as well as laisser-passer / safe-conducts and residents in Cape Verde).

Who is allowed to enter Cape Verde:

  1. Passengers with a Cape Verdean passport, Cape Verdean nationals who have acquired foreign nationality, as well as their spouses and descendants, upon presentation of a passport, birth certificate, marriage certificate or other document attesting to the fact that they were born, married, or are children of a father or mother born in Cape Verde, diplomatic or service passport, a laisser-passer or letter of transit, citizens residing in Cape Verde and children under 2 years, are exempt from completing the online form. 
  2. Foreign nationals, who justifiably are travelling for professional reasons, family reunions, health, and educational reasons.


Passengers listed in paragraph a) are exempt from submitting the online form. Passengers who are not part of this exemption and who do not pre-register will not be able to enter Cape Verde.


Travel to Ghana

All international arrivals including those from the ECOWAS region will be required to meet the following health requirements prior to admission into Ghana by the Ghana Immigration Service:

  • Must not have any symptoms suggestive of COVID-19 including body temperature >38°C
  • Possession of a COVID-19 negative PCR test result from an accredited laboratory in the country of origin.
    • The test should have been done not more than 72 hours before the scheduled departure time from the country of origin
    • For passengers who transit through other countries before arriving in Ghana, the first country of departure will be the reference point
    • For Ghanaian residents who depart Ghana and return within one (1) week will not be required to present a COVID-19 test result from the country of departure. They will, however, undergo mandatory COVID-19 testing upon arrival to Ghana.
    • Children under-5 years of age will not be required to undergo testing at the airport
    • Persons who arrive under emergency circumstances such as diverted flights will not be required to undergo testing if they do not leave the airport or remain in transit and do not leave the hotel.
  • Must wear a face mask appropriately (extending from the middle of the nasal bridge to halfway between the chin and the neck)
  • Be subject to a mandatory COVID-19 test at the airport terminal, which costs 150USD and this cost will be borne by the passenger. The payment for this test must be done prior to boarding of flights here, and passengers are required to show proof of payment as a condition for boarding their flights.
  • All persons testing positive will receive further clinical assessment and treatment
  • All persons testing negative will be advised to continue to observe COVID-19 safety precautions following arrival in Ghana .
  • It is mandatory that passengers complete an online form, prior to the flight, proof of which will need to be presented at control points upon arrival. 

Information provided by the Ghana authorities is available here

Travel to Mozambique

The Portuguese Embassy in Maputo has informed that, in cooperation with the Mozambican Government, humanitarian flights will be carried out between Lisbon and Maputo with passenger transport in both directions.

As these are humanitarian flights and support for repatriation, only passengers who meet the following conditions will be allowed to travel on the mentioned flights:

Flights Lisbon ⇒ Maputo

  • Mozambican nationals; or
  • Legal residents in Mozambique; or
  • Holders of an exceptional authorization to enter Mozambique, granted by the Mozambican authorities, pursuant to Article 10 (2) of Decree No. 51/2020 of July 2 of the Republic of Mozambique.

According to the Decree of the Council of Ministers of Mozambique no. 69/2020, of August 11, 2020, the following health rules apply to all passengers travelling to Mozambique:

  • Presentation of RT-PCR tests for Covid-19 (SARS-CoV-2), with a negative result, carried out in the country of origin in the last 72 hours before departure;
  • Subject to the mandatory home quarantine for the period of 10 consecutive days;
  • Must conduct a new RT-PCR test for Covid-19 (SARS-CoV-2) and have a negative result at the end of the quarantine period, at their own expense;
    • If the passenger is unable to bear the cost of the test, than he is subject to mandatory home quarantine for 14 consecutive days.

Find out about all the mandatory sanitary conditions here.

In case of doubt regarding this matter, please contact the Mozambican authorities directly.

Travel to Senegal

The Republic of Senegal has decreed that entry into Senegal is only allowed to passengers with Senegalese nationality and foreign residents, provided that proof of residence in Senegal is presented when boarding the flight.

All passengers should arrive with a negative COVID-19 test taken within 7 days prior to arrival in Dakar otherwise the test can be done upon arrival.
Additionally, and regardless of nationality, there are also the following exceptions where passengers are granted entry to Senegal:

  • Nationals from countries belonging to the African Union (WAEMU) and the Economic Community of West African States (ECOWAS)
  • Passengers in transit
  • Diplomats
  • Passengers travelling for family reasons and duly justified imperatives.
  • Flight crew
  • Medical personnel
  • Military personnel
  • Members of international organizations on a humanitarian mission
  • Third-country nationals studying in Senegal


North and South America

Brazil | USA


Travel to Brazil - updt 9/29

Foreign passengers visiting Brazil may enter the country by air for a short stay of up to ninety days must present to the airline, prior to boarding, a health insurance valid in Brazil and with coverage for the entire duration of the trip, under penalty of being prevented from entering the Brazilian territory by the immigration authority.

The insurance must have the purpose of covering health expenses and meet the following minimum requirements:

I - validity period corresponding to the scheduled period of the trip;
II - minimum coverage of R $ 30,000.00 reais; and
III - be signed in Portuguese, English or Spanish

It is preferable that the full name of the passenger and the number of the identification document are included in the health insurance, which must accompany the passenger when travelling to Brazil. 

For more information on entry restrictions for Brazil consult PORTARIA CC-PR/MJSP/MINFRA/MS Nº456, of 24 September 2020 (available in Portuguese only).

 Travel to the United States of America

Passengers who have stayed, in the last 14 days (including periods in transit), in the following countries are not permitted to enter the United States of America:

  • Europe: Austria, Belgium, Czech Republic, Denmark, Estonia, Finland, France, Germany, Greece, Hungary, Iceland, Italy, Latvia, Liechtenstein, Lithuania, Luxembourg, Malta, Netherlands, Norway, Poland, Portugal, Slovakia, Slovenia, Spain, Sweden and Switzerland; United Kingdom (excluding territories outside Europe) and the Republic of Ireland;
  • Asia: China (excluding the regions of Macau and Hong Kong); Islamic Republic of Iran;
  • South America: Brazil.

This entry restriction does not apply to US citizens, residents of the United States, family members of US citizens and other individuals who are covered by the exceptions defined by the Government of the United States of America. Confirm all the conditions here.

Travelling to Boston, Massachusetts

As of August 1, all passengers entering the state of Massachusetts, including returning residents, are required to:

  • Complete the Massachusetts Travel Form prior to arrival, unless you are visiting from a lower-risk state designated by the Department of Public Health. 
  • Quarantine for 14 days or produce a negative COVID-19 test result that has been administered up to 72-hours prior to arrival in Massachusetts. 

If the COVID-19 test result has not been received prior to arrival, visitors and residents must quarantine until they receive a negative test result.
For more information, visit the state of Massachusetts’ official website.


Links that may be useful:

Re-open EU:

European Union -  Travel and transportation during the coronavirus pandemic:

Coronavirus disease (COVID-19): Travel restrictions, exemptions and advice 
Travel and COVID-19: Your safety and security outside Canada
Embassy of Canada to Portugal -

Covid-19 Traveler Information - 
Smart Traveler Enrollment Program ( service to allow U.S. non-Portuguese citizens and nationals traveling and living abroad to enrol their trip with the nearest U.S. Embassy or Consulate.)
Travel advisories -
US Embassy in Lisbon -
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