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The San Marino - America Mutual Friendship Association presents the 1st edition of SAN MARINO LINCOLN DAY, to celebrate a historical event of extraordinary importance such as that of the letter written by the 16th President of the United States, ABRAHAM LINCOLN, on 7 May 1861 in response to letter of concession of honorary citizenship conferred to the President by the Captain Regents Gaetano Belluzzi and Costanzo Damiani.

The event is sponsored by the Ministries of Tourism, Industry, Crafts and Commerce, Foreign Affairs, Education and Culture, the US Consulate General of Florence, the State of Illinois, and Lincoln Funeral Coalition in collaboration with the Cultural Institutes, the Institutional Secretariat Office and the Tourism Office.

Program
10.30 am - Piazza della Libertà - Official ceremony in the presence of the San Marino and American authorities.

11.15 am - Government Palace - Opening of the exhibition of the letter from the Captains Regent and the ORIGINAL letter of ABRAHAM LINCOLN kindly granted by the State Archives . Take a picture or selfie with Lincoln impersonator. The exhibition will remain open to the public from 8 to 15 May (From Monday to Friday 9.00-17.00 / Saturday and Sunday 9.00-18.00)


h.12.45 - Lunch at the PALACE HOTEL in Serravalle - Live music and traditional Lottery.
MENU’
Millefoglie di pasta al mattarello con ragù pasticciato e piselli
Filetto di vitello con salsa al funghi su rostì di patate al timo
Pomodoro e zucchina al pane profumato
Cremoso al cioccolato fondente e crumble di frolla
Minerali, Vino Valdragone, Caffè 
€30 (associates) - €10 (children up to 10 years)

#SanMarinoLincolnDay
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MARCH 2022

 

We would inform our members who wish to renounce their U.S. citizenship that U.S. CONSOLATE this month began accepting applicants. Please write to: USCitizensFlorence@State.gov for instructions and/or an appointment.


02/17/2022 U.S. DEPARTMENT OF HOMELAND SECURITY
Office of Public Affairs
________________________________________
Statement by DHS Secretary Alejandro N. Mayorkas Regarding Actions Taken to Combat Threats Posed by Unruly Passengers to Air Transportation Security
WASHINGTON – The Department of Homeland Security (DHS) continues to leverage the full range of its authorities in response to highly concerning incidents in which airline passengers have intentionally engaged in disruptive behavior. These incidents include verbal abuse, physical assault, and other threats to the safety and security of airline flight crews, Transportation Security Officers, and fellow passengers. 
“We do not tolerate behavior that puts the safety and security of airport and airline personnel, and the traveling public at risk,” said Secretary Alejandro N. Mayorkas. “We will continue to use our authorities to hold accountable those passengers that intentionally violate our safety and security rules and regulations, including by issuing fines, referring individuals for criminal prosecution, revoking access to trusted traveler programs, and denying boarding when appropriate.”
DHS’s Transportation Security Administration (TSA), in partnership with the Department of Transportation, pursues a range of enforcement actions depending on the severity of the incident and based on a case-by-case determination of the appropriate response. These actions include:
• issuing fines to individuals who violate applicable federal regulations or directives;
• referring individuals who assault airport personnel, airline flight crews, or other passengers to the Department of Justice for potential criminal prosecution;
• revoking or denying eligibility for TSA PreCheck® other trusted traveler programs such as Global Entry for individuals who violate applicable rules and regulations; and,
• denying boarding to those who pose a threat to safety and security.
TSA works closely with airline partners and other federal agencies to share real-time reporting that informs these enforcement actions, while protecting privacy, civil rights, and civil liberties.
In September 2021, TSA doubled the range of civil penalties that may be imposed on individuals who violate the federal mask mandate at airports, on commercial aircraft, and in various modes of surface transportation to protect public health and mitigate the spread of COVID-19. The range of penalties was increased to $500-$1,000 for first offenders and $1,000-$3,000 for second offenders. Since September 2021, TSA has imposed almost $400,000 in civil penalties against more than 600 mask violators. Most violations related to the federal mask mandate have not resulted in physical assaults.

From IRS official web site: https://www.irs.gov/
Last Reviewed or Updated: 28-Jan-2022

The IRS has issued all first, second and third Economic Impact Payments. You can no longer use the Get My Payment application to check your payment status.

How to Claim a Missing Payment
You may be eligible to claim a Recovery Rebate Credit on your 2020 or 2021 federal tax return if you didn't get an Economic Impact Payment or got less than the full amount.

It is important to understand that the Economic Impact Payments applied to different tax years. Depending on whether you missed the first, second or third payment, you will need to file either a 2020 or 2021 tax return to claim a Recovery Rebate Credit.

Find Out Which Payments You Received
To find the amounts of your Economic Impact Payments, check:

Your Online Account: Securely access your individual IRS account online to view the total of your first, second and third Economic Impact Payment amounts under the “Economic Impact Payment Information” section on the Tax Records page.

IRS EIP Notices: We mailed these notices to the address we have on file.

Notice 1444: Shows the first Economic Impact Payment sent for tax year 2020
Notice 1444-B: Shows the second Economic Impact Payment sent for tax year 2020
Notice 1444-C: Shows the third Economic Impact Payment sent for tax year 2021
Letter 6475: Through March 2022, we'll send this letter confirming the total amount of the third Economic Impact Payment and any plus-up payments you received for tax year 2021.

You will need the total payment information from your online account or your letter  to accurately calculate your Recovery Rebate Credit. For married filing joint individuals, each spouse will need to log into their own online account or review their own letter for their half of the total payment.


Do not travel to Italy due to COVID-19.Exercise increased caution due to terrorism.
 
Read?the Department of State’sCOVID-19 page before you plan any international travel.
 
The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) has issued a Level 4 Travel Health Notice for Italy due to COVID-19, indicating a very high level of COVID-19 in the country.  There are restrictions in place affecting U.S. citizen entry into Italy.  Your risk of contracting COVID-19 and developing severe symptoms may be lower if you are fully vaccinated with an FDA authorized vaccine. 

Before planning any international travel, please review the CDC’s specific recommendations for fully vaccinated and unvaccinated travelers. 
 
Visit the Embassy's COVID-19 page for more information on COVID-19 and related restrictions and conditions in Italy. 
 
  
If you decide to travel to Italy:
 
·        See the U.S. Embassy's web page regarding COVID-19.
·        Visit the CDC’s webpage on Travel and COVID-19.
·        Be aware of your surroundings when traveling to tourist locations and crowded public venues.
·        Follow the instructions of local authorities.
·        Monitor local media for breaking events and adjust your plans based on new information.
·        Enroll in the Smart Traveler Enrollment Program (STEP) to receive Alerts and make it easier to
         locate you in an emergency.
·        Follow the Department of State on Facebook and Twitter.
·        Review the Country Security Reports  for Italy.
·        Prepare a contingency plan for emergency situations. Review the Traveler’s Checklist.
 
Assistance:
 
· U.S. Embassy Rome, Italy
  Via Vittorio Veneto, 121
  +39 06 46741
  USCitizensRome@state.gov
  https://it.usembassy.gov
· U.S. Consulate General Milan, Italy
  Via Principe Amadeo, 2/10
  +39 02-290-351
  USCitizensMilan@state.gov
· U.S. Consulate General Florence, Italy
  Lungarno Vespucci, 38
  +39 055-266-951
  USCitizensFlorence@state.gov
· U.S. Consulate General Naples, Italy
  Piazza della Repubblica
  +39 081-583-8111
  USCitizensNaples@state.gov
· State Department – Consular Affairs
  888-407-4747 or 202-501-4444
· Italy Country Information
· Enroll in Smart Traveler Enrollment Program (STEP) to receive Alerts and Messages from the U.S. Mission to Italy.
 


Health Alert – U.S. Embassy Rome, Italy (November 4, 2021)
 
Location: Worldwide
 
Event: On October 25, President Biden announced the United States will adopt a global air travel policy.  This policy prioritizes public health, protecting U.S. citizens and residents as well as those who come to visit us.  Effective November 8 all non-citizen, nonimmigrant (not a U.S. citizen, U.S. national, lawful permanent resident, or traveling to the United States on an immigrant visa) airline passengers traveling to the United States, must demonstrate proof of vaccination as defined by the U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) Director Order prior to boarding a U.S. bound aircraft. More details regarding what constitutes full vaccination are available on this page of the CDC website.
 
Fully vaccinated travelers will continue to be required to show a pre-departure negative test taken within three (3) days of travel to the United States prior to boarding.  This applies to all travelers – U.S. citizens, lawful permanent residents (LPRs), and foreign nationals.  To further strengthen protections, unvaccinated travelers – whether U.S. citizens, LPRs, or the small number of excepted unvaccinated foreign nationals – will now need to test within one (1) day of departure.  Additional information may be found on CDC’s website.
 
Passengers will need to show their vaccination status, and airlines will need to:
•         Match the name and date of birth to confirm the passenger is the same person reflected on the proof of vaccination.
•         Determine that the record was issued by an official source (e.g., public health agency, government agency) in the country where the vaccine was given.
•         Review the essential information for determining if the passenger meets CDC's definition for fully vaccinated such as vaccine product, number of vaccine doses received, date(s) of administration, site (e.g., vaccination clinic, healthcare facility) of vaccination.
Airlines must deny boarding to passengers who do not meet these requirements or those who test positive for COVID-19.  
 
For additional information or if you have specific questions, please contact your airline and visit the CDC’s website.
 
NOTE: U.S. citizens in countries where adequate COVID-19 testing is not available or who may not be able to satisfy the requirements, should be prepared to remain in place until such time as they can meet the requirements.
 
Actions to Take: 
•         Monitor the CDC website for the latest guidance regarding testing requirements.
•         Check with your air carriers or travel representative prior to departure for the United States.  
•         Check COVID-19 Country Specific Information pages for updated information on COVID-19 related to the availability of testing.  
•         Visit travel.state.gov to view individual Travel Advisories for the most urgent threats to safety and security.  
•         Visit the Department of Homeland Security's website on the latest travel restrictions to the United States.  
•         Click here for our Travel to the U.S. FAQs.
Assistance:
•         U.S. Embassy Rome, Italy
+39 06 46741
USCitizensRome@state.gov
•          U.S. Consulate General Florence, Italy
+39 06-4674-1
USCitizensFlorence@state.gov
•         U.S. Consulate General Milan, Italy
+39 02 290 351
USCitizensMilan@state.gov
•         U.S. Consulate General Naples, Italy
+39 081-583-8111
USCitizensNaples@state.gov
•         https://it.usembassy.gov
•         State Department - Consular Affairs
888-407-4747 or 202-501-4444 · 
•         Italy Country Specific Information
•         Enroll in Smart Traveler Enrollment Program (STEP) to receive Alerts. 
•         Follow us on Facebook and Twitter
 


April, 21 2021

Do not travel to Italy due to COVID-19. Exercise increased caution due to terrorism.
Read the Department of State’s COVID-19 page before you plan any international travel.
The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) has issued a Level 4 Travel Health Notice for Italy due to COVID-19, indicating a very high level of COVID-19 in country. Visit the Embassy's COVID-19 page for more information on COVID-19 in Italy. There are restrictions in place affecting U.S. citizen entry into Italy.
Italy has a longstanding risk presented by terrorist groups, who continue plotting possible attacks in Italy. Terrorists may attack with little or no warning, targeting tourist locations, transportation hubs, markets/shopping malls, local government facilities, hotels, clubs, restaurants, places of worship, parks, major sporting and cultural events, educational institutions, airports, and other public areas.
Read the country information page.
If you decide to travel to Italy:
•         See the U.S. Embassy's web page regarding COVID-19.
•         Visit the CDC’s webpage on Travel and COVID-19.
•         Be aware of your surroundings when traveling to tourist locations and crowded public venues.
•         Follow the instructions of local authorities.
•         Monitor local media for breaking events and adjust your plans based on new information.
•         Enroll in the Smart Traveler Enrollment Program (STEP) to receive Alerts and make it easier to locate you in an emergency.
•         Follow the Department of State on Facebook and Twitter.
•         Review the Crime and Safety Reports for Italy.
•         Prepare a contingency plan for emergency situations. Review the Traveler’s Checklist.
Assistance:
 
•         U.S. Embassy Rome, Italy
Via Vittorio Veneto, 121
+39 06 46741
USCitizensRome@state.gov
https://it.usembassy.gov
•         U.S. Consulate General Milan, Italy
Via Principe Amadeo, 2/10
+39 02-290-351
USCitizensMilan@state.gov
•         U.S. Consulate General Florence, Italy
Lungarno Vespucci, 38
+39 055-266-951
USCitizensFlorence@state.gov
•         U.S. Consulate General Naples, Italy
Piazza della Repubblica
+39 081-583-8111
USCitizensNaples@state.gov
•         State Department – Consular Affairs
888-407-4747 or 202-501-4444
•         Italy Country Information
•         Enroll in Smart Traveler Enrollment Program (STEP)


Dear members, we inform you that on Thursday 03/25 and 04/01 the headquarters of the Association will be closed for San Marino holidays.
For emergencies you can send an e-mail to
rsm-america@omniway.sm or a message to our mobile phone at
number 334-1754897 (please insert your personal details).
We are also available on the page and we take this opportunity to wish you best wishes for the Arengo anniversary and the Investiture day of the new Captains Regent.

Health Alert - Department of State - Bureau of Consular Affairs (January 15, 2021)
 
Location: Worldwide –?The?U.S.?Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC)?Director has signed an?order requiring all airline passengers traveling to the United States, including U.S. citizens and Lawful Permanent Residents (LPRs), to provide?proof?of?a negative?COVID-19 viral test?or recovery?from COVID-19.??? 

Event:??Effective January 26, all airline passengers?to the?United States?ages?two?years?and?older must provide?either?a negative COVID-19?viral?test taken within?three calendar days?of travel?or?provide?a positive test result and documentation from a licensed health care provider or public health official of having recovered from COVID-19 in the 90 days preceding travel.??Passengers must also attest, under penalty of law,?to having received a negative qualifying test result or to recovery from COVID-19 and medical clearance to travel.???? 
?? 
See the CDC Proof of Negative Test Result page?to view the order,?complete the attestation,?and?to see?FAQ’s.???? 
?? 
Airlines?must?deny boarding to passengers?who do not?meet these requirements.???? 
?? 
U.S. citizens in countries where adequate COVID-19?testing is not available or?may not be able to satisfy the?requirements, should depart immediately?or prepare to be unable to return to the United States until such time as they can meet the requirements.????? 
?? 
Actions to Take:?? 
•         Monitor the?CDC website?for latest guidance regarding testing requirements. 
•         Check with your air carriers?or travel representative prior to departure for the United States.??? 
•         Check COVID-19 Country Specific Information updated information on COVID-19 related information?including availability of testing. 
•         Visit?travel.state.gov?to view individual Travel Advisories for the most urgent threats to safety and security. 
•         Visit the?Department of Homeland Security’s?website on the latest travel restrictions to the United States. 
•         Click here for our COVID FAQs Search Tool.?? 
 
Assistance: 
•         State Department - Consular Affairs: 888-407-4747 or 202-501-4444?? 
•         Enroll in Smart Traveler Enrollment Program (STEP) to receive Alerts??
•        Follow us on Facebook and Twitter

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Health Alert – U.S. Embassy Rome, Italy – December 22, 2020
 
Location:  Italy
 
Event:  The Department of State has issued a Level 3 Travel Advisory for Italy recommending that travelers avoid all nonessential travel (including tourism) to Italy. In addition, the Centers for Disease Control (CDC) has issued a Level 4 Health Notice for Italy due to COVID-19 concerns and recommends that travelers should avoid all travel to Italy. 
 
The U.S. Embassy and Consulates continue to monitor the rapidly changing conditions due to COVID-19 in Italy and in other locations worldwide.  The most current information regarding the impact of COVID-19 may be found on our COVID-19 Information Page. 
 
On December 18, 2020, the Italian Government issued a decree containing new country-wide anti-COVID measures in effect for the holiday period from December 24, 2020 to January 6, 2021.  Throughout this period, a curfew will be in place from 10:00pm to 5:00am, except on New Year’s Eve (December 31, 2020) when the curfew will begin at 10:00pm and continue until 7:00am.
 
Throughout Italy, movement restrictions during this period will generally fall within two categories depending upon the date in question.
 
The following measures will be in place on December 24, 25, 26, 27 & 31 and January 1, 2, 3, 5 & 6.  All non-essential commercial activities will be closed, including bars and restaurants (take-away only service will be available until 10:00pm and home delivery service is allowed).  Essential activities will be open, such as food shops/supermarkets, pharmacies, newsstands, barbers/hairdressers, etc.  Movements are only allowed for the purpose of work, health, or necessity, and are limited to your city of residence.  Returning to one’s residence, domicile, or home is permitted, but not travel to second homes located in another region.  Individuals must carry a self-certification form on all movements during this period.  
 
The following measures will be in place on December 28, 29 & 30 and January 4.  All commercial activities, essential and non-essential, are open until 9:00pm.  Bars and restaurants remain closed with the possibility of home delivery and take-away service until 10:00pm.  Movements will only be allowed within the city of residence (with no need to carry a self-certification form).  Movements outside of the region are not allowed.  Returning to one’s residence, domicile or home is permitted, but not travel to second homes located in another region.
 
During this time, it is also important to remain aware of any additional restrictions in place within your region.  You can also visit the website of the Italian Ministry of Foreign Affairs for additional information on Italian Government decrees and measures.
 
On December 20, 2020, the Italian Government issued an order banning all flights from the United Kingdom until January 6, 2021 and prohibiting entry into Italy to anyone who has stayed in the United Kingdom in the 14 days prior to December 20, 2020.  Those who are already in Italy and stayed in the United Kingdom in the 14 days prior to December 20, 2020 must inform their local health office (ASL) of their presence and receive a COVID-19 swab test.
 
U.S. citizens and legal permanent residents are permitted to return to the United States from Italy.  Travelers should continue to check carrier schedules for the latest updates and work directly with the carrier or travel agent to arrange or reschedule travel.
 
Actions to Take:
•        Call Italy’s 112 emergency number or 1500 if you believe you have symptoms and are currently in Italy.  English speaking operators are available.
•        Consult the CDC website for the most up-to-date information on the disease.
•        For information on what you can do to reduce your risk of contracting COVID-19, please see the CDC’s latest recommendations.
•        Visit the COVID-19 crisis page on travel.state.gov for the latest information regarding foreign countries’ quarantine requirements and other global impacts.
•        Have a plan to depart from Italy that does not rely on U.S. government assistance. 
•        Check with your airlines or cruise lines regarding any updated information about your travel plans and/or restrictions.
•        Visit our Embassy webpage on COVID-19 for information on conditions in Italy.
•        Visit the Department of Homeland Security’s website on the latest travel restrictions affecting travel to the U.S.
•        Review the Italian National Institute of Health’s website.
•        Visit the Department of State’s webpage for U.S. travelers in Europe.
 
Assistance:
•        U.S. Embassy Rome, Italy
Via Vittorio Veneto, 121
+39 06 46741
USCitizensRome@state.gov
https://it.usembassy.gov
•        U.S. Consulate General Milan, Italy
Via Principe Amadeo, 2/10
+39 02-290-351
USCitizensMilan@state.gov
•        U.S. Consulate General Florence, Italy
Lungarno Vespucci, 38
+39 055-266-951
USCitizensFlorence@state.gov
•        U.S. Consulate General Naples, Italy
Piazza della Repubblica
+39 081-583-8111
USCitizensNaples@state.gov 
•        State Department – Consular Affairs
888-407-4747 or 202-501-4444
•        Italy Country Information
•        Enroll in the Smart Traveler Enrollment Program (STEP) to receive Alerts





Health Alert U.S. Embassy Rome, Italy – October 28, 2020


July 4th Voting Message

Celebrate democracy this 4th of July by taking the necessary steps to vote in the 2020 U.S. elections!
 
In order to vote in the November 2020 elections, all overseas U.S. citizens need to have completed a Federal Post Card Application (FPCA) in 2020.  Whether you are a first-time voter or have already received ballots and voted absentee in past elections, you must complete an FPCA each year to participate in elections as an overseas absentee voter.
Registering to Vote and submitting a ballot is fast, easy, and can be done from anywhere in the world! Follow a few simple steps to vote in the 2020 U.S. elections:
1.     Register to vote:  Start by confirming your voter registration with your state.  Some states require absentee voters to register annually, so you may need to re-register.  Go to FVAP.gov to connect to your state’s voter portal to register to vote, request a ballot, and more.
 
2.  Request Your Ballot: Most states provide the option to request ballots through their state election portals, which you can easily access via FVAP.gov.  You can also choose to complete a Federal Post Card Application (FPCA). The completion of the FPCA allows you to request absentee ballots for all elections for federal offices (President, U.S. Senate, and U.S. House of Representatives), including primaries and special elections, during the calendar year in which it is submitted.  FPCA forms that are correctly filled out and include a signature and date are accepted by all local election officials in every U.S. state and territory.  FVAP’s easy online assistant can assist you with completing the FPCA. 

Whether you request your ballot through your state’s portal or the FPCA, we encourage you to select the option to receive your ballot electronically (by email, internet download, or fax) when available.  This is the fastest way to get your ballot and ensures you have it in time to return a completed form before your state’s deadline.
 
3.  Receive and Complete Your Ballot:  States are required to send out ballots 45 days before a regular election for federal office, and states generally send out ballots at least 30 days before primary elections.  Most states allow you to confirm your ballot delivery online.
 
4.     Return Your Completed, Signed Ballot:  Some states allow you to return your completed ballot electronically.  If your state requires you to return paper voting forms or ballots to local election officials by mail, you can do so through international mail, professional courier service, or through the U.S. Consulate in Florence.  The diplomatic pouch provides free mail service from embassies and consulates to a U.S. sorting facility.  You will need to place your ballots in postage-paid return envelopes or in envelopes bearing sufficient U.S. postage in order for them to be delivered to the proper local election authorities once received by the U.S. sorting facility (NOTE: postage from Italy to the United States is not required using this method).
 
If you are sending your ballot through the U.S. Consulate in Florence, ballots can be dropped off in a ballot box maintained outside of the main entrance at Lungarno Vespucci, 38 from 9:00am to 4:30pm, Monday through Friday (excluding these holidays).  Be prepared to present your U.S. passport during your visit.  Please note that it can take more than three weeks for mail to reach its destination if sent through the Consulate.  Ballots will be received and forwarded whenever submitted but you may want to consider using a courier service if submitting your ballot close to or after the stated delivery time for pouch mail.
Researching the Candidates and Issues:  Online Resources.  Go to the FVAP links page for helpful resources to aid your research of candidates and issues. Non-partisan information about candidates, their voting records, and their positions on issues are widely available and easy to obtain online. You can also read national and hometown newspapers online, or search the internet to locate articles and information. For information about election dates and deadlines, subscribe to FVAP's Voting Alerts (vote@fvap.gov). FVAP also shares Voting Alerts via Facebook (@DODFVAP), Twitter (@FVAP), and Instagram (@fvapgov).
Learn more at the Federal Voting Assistance Program's (FVAP) website, FVAP.gov.  If you have any questions about registering to vote overseas, please contact U.S. Consulate Florence’s Voting Assistance Officer at USCitizensFlorence@state.gov.
Remember, your vote counts!
Assistance
•        U.S. Consulate General in Florence
Lungarno Vespucci, 38
50123 Firenze
by phone: +39 055 266 951
USCitizensFlorence@state.gov
https://it.usembassy.gov/embassy-consulates/florence/
•        State Department – Consular Affairs
888-407-4747 or +1 202-501-4444
•        Italy Country Information
•        Enroll in the Smart Traveler Enrollment Program (STEP) to receive security updates.


Health Alert – U.S. Embassy Rome, Italy – June 25, 2020
 
Location:  Italy
 
Event: The Department of State has issued a Global Level 4 Health Advisory for COVID-19.  The CDC advises travelers to avoid all nonessential international travel.  Please see CDC information regarding high-risk traveler categories.
 
On June 11, the Italian government released a decree that introduces updated health measures including travel restrictions to contain the spread of COVID-19.  Please visit the website of the Italian Ministry of Foreign Affairs for additional information on Italian government decrees and measures.
 
The U.S. Embassy in Rome, Consulates General in Milan, Naples, and Florence, and Consular Agencies in Venice, Palermo, and Genoa have resumed limited regular passport processing.  Travelers with an immediate travel need and a confirmed flight to the United States may also contact U.S. Embassy Rome or your local consulate and request an emergency passport appointment.
 
Actions to Take:
• Call Italy’s112 emergency number or 1500 if you believe you have symptoms and are currently in Italy. English speaking operators are available.
• Consult the CDC website for the most up-to-date information on the disease.
• For information on what you can do to reduce your risk of contracting COVID-19, please see the CDC’s latest recommendations.
• Visit the COVID-19 crisis page on travel.state.gov for the latest information regarding foreign countries’ quarantine requirements and other global impacts.
• Have a plan to depart from Italy that does not rely on U.S. government assistance.
• Check with your airlines or cruise lines regarding any updated information about your travel plans and/or restrictions.
• Visit our Embassy webpage on COVID-19 for information on conditions in Italy.
• Visit the Department of Homeland Security’s website on the latest travel restrictions affecting travel to the U.S.
• Review the Italian National Institute of Health’s website (available only in Italian).
• Visit the Department of State’s webpage for U.S. travelers in Europe: https://travel.state.gov/content/travel/en/international-travel/before-you-go/travelers-with-special-considerations/schengen.html
 
Assistance:
•         U.S. Embassy Rome, Italy
Via Vittorio Veneto, 121
+39 06 46741
USCitizensRome@state.gov
https://it.usembassy.gov
•         U.S. Consulate General Milan, Italy
Via Principe Amadeo, 2/10
+39 02-290-351
USCitizensMilan@state.gov
•         U.S. Consulate General Florence, Italy
Lungarno Vespucci, 38
+39 055-266-951
USCitizensFlorence@state.gov
•         U.S. Consulate General Naples, Italy
Piazza della Repubblica
+39 081-583-8111
USCitizensNaples@state.gov 
•         State Department – Consular Affairs
888-407-4747 or 202-501-4444
•         Italy Country Information
•         Enroll in Smart Traveler Enrollment Program (STEP) to receive Alerts.

Demonstration Alert – U.S. Embassy Rome, Italy – June 4, 2020
 
Location:  Rome, Florence, Naples, Milan – Italy
 
Event: Numerous demonstrations are being planned for June 5 to 7, 2020 across Italy to protest racism.  Several of the events are expected to attract large crowds.
 
Demonstrations are expected to take place:
 
•        Friday, June 5 from 5:00pm to 8:00pm in Rome on Piazza Barberini
•        Saturday, June 6 at 2:00pm in Naples across the street from the U.S. Consulate General on the Lungomare (Via Caracciolo)
•        Saturday, June 6 from 7:30pm to 8:30pm in Florence near the U.S. Consulate General
•        Sunday, June 7 at 4:00pm in Milan on Piazza Duca d’Aosta (in front of the Central Station)
 
Actions to Take:
•        Heed instructions and review updates from Italian Police and government authorities.
•        Monitor local media for updates.
•        Keep in mind that even peaceful protests have the potential to become violent.  Due to the COVID-19 pandemic, the Embassy/Consulates may have limited ability to assist you if you are arrested or injured.
•        Be aware of your surroundings.
•        Maintain social distancing practices.
•        Notify friends and family of your status.
 
Assistance:
•        U.S. Embassy Rome, Italy
Via Vittorio Veneto, 121
+39 06 46741
USCitizensRome@state.gov
https://it.usembassy.gov
•        U.S. Consulate General Florence, Italy
Lungarno Vespucci, 38
+39 055-266-951
USCitizensFlorence@state.gov
•        U.S. Consulate General Naples, Italy
Piazza della Repubblica
+39 081-583-8111
USCitizensNaples@state.gov 
•        U.S. Consulate General, Milan, Italy
Via Principe Amedeo, 2/10
+39 02 290 351
USCitizensMilan@state.gov
•        State Department – Consular Affairs
888-407-4747 or 202-501-4444
•        Italy Country Information
•        Enroll in Smart Traveler Enrollment Program (STEP) to receive Alerts
•        Follow us on Facebook and Twitter.

05/27/2020

Location:  Italy
 
Event:  The Department of State has issued a Global Level 4 Health Advisory for COVID-19.  The CDC advises travelers to avoid all nonessential international travel.  Please see CDC information regarding high-risk traveler categories.  Although passport processing centers in the United States have suspended operations due to COVID-19, travelers with an immediate travel need and a confirmed flight to the United States may contact U.S. Embassy Rome or your local consulate and request an emergency passport appointment.
 
Actions to Take:
•         Enroll in the Smart Traveler Enrollment Program (STEP) to receive security updates.
• Call Italy’s112 emergency number or 1500 if you believe you have symptoms and are currently in Italy. English speaking operators are available.
• Consult the CDC website for the most up-to-date information on the disease.
• For information on what you can do to reduce your risk of contracting COVID-19, please see the CDC’s latest recommendations.
• Visit the COVID-19 crisis page on travel.state.gov for the latest information regarding foreign countries’ quarantine requirements and other global impacts.
• Have a plan to depart from Italy that does not rely on U.S. government assistance.
• Check with your airlines or cruise lines regarding any updated information about your travel plans and/or restrictions.
• Visit our Embassy webpage on COVID-19 for information on conditions in Italy.
• Visit the Department of Homeland Security’s website on the latest travel restrictions affecting travel to the U.S.
• Review the Italian National Institute of Health’s website (available only in Italian).
• Visit the Department of State’s webpage for U.S. travelers in Europe: https://travel.state.gov/content/travel/en/international-travel/before-you-go/travelers-with-special-considerations/schengen.html
 
Assistance:
•         U.S. Embassy Rome, Italy
Via Vittorio Veneto, 121
+39 06 46741
USCitizensRome@state.gov
https://it.usembassy.gov
•         U.S. Consulate General Milan, Italy
Via Principe Amadeo, 2/10
+39 02-290-351
USCitizensMilan@state.gov
•         U.S. Consulate General Florence, Italy
Lungarno Vespucci, 38
+39 055-266-951
USCitizensFlorence@state.gov
•         U.S. Consulate General Naples, Italy
Piazza della Repubblica
+39 081-583-8111
USCitizensNaples@state.gov 
•         State Department – Consular Affairs
888-407-4747 or 202-501-4444
•         Italy Country Information
•         Enroll in Smart Traveler Enrollment Program (STEP) to receive Alerts.
 



Message to U.S. Citizens: FVAP Voting Resources
 
U.S. Embassy Rome, Italy – May 8, 2020
 
The Federal Voting Assistance Program (FVAP) is aware of the impact of COVID-19 on U.S. citizens abroad, Service members, and their eligible family members, when voting absentee during the remainder of the 2020 election cycle.
 
FVAP is in communication with state election offices, the Military Postal Service Agency, and other federal agencies to bring you up-to-date information on state election date changes and mailing cycles.  Due to the changing nature of the COVID-19 pandemic occurring around the globe, we recommend that you contact your local post offices regarding possible delivery delays before mailing your voted ballot.
 
Here are some important things to remember:
1.     Submitting your Federal Post Card Application (FPCA) early is the best way to help ensure the process goes as smoothly as possible.
2.     Using the FPCA provides overseas citizens with an option to receive balloting materials electronically.
3.     Using the FPCA early grants voters the ability to use the Federal Write-In Absentee Ballot (FWAB) as a backup ballot, if needed.
 
Actions to Take:
•        Check the ballot return options in your state.
•        Find your state’s primary election dates.
•        Use our online assistant to complete your FPCA.
•        Use our online assistant to complete your FWAB.
•        Enroll in Smart Traveler Enrollment Program (STEP) to receive Alerts and Messages from the U.S. Mission to Italy.


17\04\2020
Location: Italy

Event: Passport processing centers in the United States have suspended operations due to COVID-19. They are no longer printing non-emergency passports or Consular Reports of Birth Abroad received from overseas U.S. embassies and consulates. U.S. embassies and consulates are still able to print emergency passports. If you have an immediate need to travel and have a confirmed flight to the United States, please contact U.S. Embassy Rome or your local consulate and request an emergency passport appointment.

International commercial flight options currently exist in Italy. U.S. citizens who wish to return to the United States should make commercial arrangements as soon as possible unless they are prepared to remain abroad for an indefinite period. The U.S. government has no plans to arrange repatriation flights in Italy at this time.



Assistance:
• U.S. Embassy Rome, Italy
Via Vittorio Veneto, 121
+39 06 46741
USCitizensRome@state.gov
https://it.usembassy.gov
• U.S. Consulate General Milan, Italy
Via Principe Amadeo, 2/10
+39 02-290-351
USCitizensMilan@state.gov
• U.S. Consulate General Florence, Italy
Lungarno Vespucci, 38
+39 055-266-951
USCitizensFlorence@state.gov
• U.S. Consulate General Naples, Italy
Piazza della Repubblica
+39 081-583-8111
USCitizensNaples@state.gov
• State Department – Consular Affairs
888-407-4747 or 202-501-4444
• Italy Country Information
• Enroll in Smart Traveler Enrollment Program (STEP) to receive Alerts.

Traveling In Europe

TRAVEL.STATE.GOV
Traveling In Europe


CARI SOCI SI COMUNICA CHE DA MARTEDI 24/03/2020

L'ASSOCIAZIONE USUIFRUIRA' DELLO SMARTWORKING QUINDI

SI RICHIEDE GENTILMENTE DI INVIARE TUTTE LE RICHIESTE E/O DOCUMENTI VIA

MAIL A : rsm-america@omniway.sm . PER COMUNICAZIONE URGENTI E /O IMPORTANTI CONTATTARE IL

N° 0549-903657 IL MARTEDI' E IL GIOVEDI' DALLE ORE 15:00 ALLE ORE 18:30.

GRAZIE MILLE PER LA GENTILE COMPRENSIONE E COOPERAZIONE.

#RESTANDOACASAVINCEREMOLABATTAGLIA


SI COMUNICA CHE L'ASSOCIAZIONE FRATELLANZA SAN MARINO-AMERICA RESTERÀ' CHIUSA IL GIORNO :
GIOVEDÌ' 27 FEBBRAIO 2020


RT/amp                                                                                      San Marino, Gennaio 2020


Cari soci, stiamo aggiornando i dati anagrafici pertanto Vi chiediamo gentilmente di fornire i seguenti dati per poterVi contattare ed informare via E-mail, WhaatsApp oppure SMS

COGNOME,  NOME,  CODICE ISS,  INDIRIZZO,   N° CELLULARE E 

E-MAIL

Grazie mille per la collaborazione


Natale

SIsis SI COMUNICA CHE L'UFFICIO RESTERA' CHIUSO PER FESTIVITA' NATALIZIE DA

GIOVEDI' 19 DICEMBRE 2019 A LUNEDI' 06 GENNAIO 2020

 

RIAPRIREMO IL GIORNO MARTEDI' 07 GENNAIO 2020


SI RICORDA AI CARISSIMI SOCI

DI PROVVEDERE AL PAGAMENTO DELLA QUOTA ASSOCIATIVA 2019

QUOTA SINGOLA : 20 €.

QUOTA FAMILIARE : 30 €.

CI E' GRADITA L'OCCASIONE PER AUGURARE A TUTTI VOI E FAMILIE UN SERENO E FELICE NATALE

GRAZIE

WE REMIND TO OUR DEAREST  MEMBERS

TO PAY THE 2019 ASSOCIATION FEE

SINGLE FEE: € 20.

FAMILY FEE: € 30.

WE WOULD LIKE TO WISH ALL OF YOU AND FAMILIES A SERENE AND HAPPY CHRISTMAS

THANKS


Thanksgiving 2019

Apocalypse Now

Il Segretario di Stato per gli Affari Esteri, Nicola Renzi, ha l’onore di invitare la S.V. all’evento

 

“FRATELLEVOLMENTE”

 

L'amicizia fra San Marino e Stati Uniti d’America raccontata dai testimoni della diplomazia e dell’esperienza migratoria
La Segreteria di Stato per gli Affari Esteri della Repubblica di San Marino celebra Insieme 200: un viaggio storico, letterario e musicale nel passato, presente e futuro dei rapporti tra i due Paesi.

 TEATRO TITANO SAN MARINO

30 SETTEMBRE 2019 ORE 21.00

Conduce Sergio Barducci Regia e letture Fabrizio Raggi

Ingresso libero
Media partner: Con la collaborazione di:
Istituti Culturali
Centro Studi Permanente sull’Emigrazione Museo dell’Emigrante
L’evento sarà videoregistrato Info: 0549 882225/882229  ufficiostampa@esteri.sm



L'Associazione Fratellanza San Marino - America comunica che l'ufficio resterà chiuso per festività estive da Lunedì 12 Agosto a Venerdì 6 Settembre 2019

Noi saremo nuovamente operativi Martedì 10 Settembre

L'associazione sammarinese Fratellanza San Marino-America comunica ai suoi soci e non che il giorno 29 luglio 2019 dalle ore 14:30 sarà possibile incontrare il funzionario dell'Ambasciata di Roma John Paonessa per i servizi d'Ambasciata quali: Richiesta ssn (social security
number, questioni riguardanti la pensione ecc...).

Si prega chiamare in associazione per sapere quale documentazione occorre per richiesdere tali servizi.

Grazie mille

4th of July - Party


L’Associazione San Marino-America terrà la tradizionale festa del 4th of July in commemorazione dell’Independence Day il giorno 7 luglio 2019 a partire dalle ore 11.30 presso l’Aeroclub di Torraccia a Domagnano.

Verrà servito un tipico menù all’americana con servizio a buffet con una ricca varietà di barbecue e contorni sfiziosi.

La band musicale Nashville & Backbones eseguirà musica folk/country, pop e rock oltre all’esibizione di ballerini Western Dance.


La prenotazione dovrà avvenire entro giovedì 4 luglio 2019 presso l’ufficio dell’Associazione in Piazza Grande 5, Borgo Maggiore, ogni martedì e giovedì dalle ore 15.00 alle 18.30 oppure telefonando allo 0549-903657.

Siete tutti invitati a trascorrere insieme una giornata veramente speciale nel segno del divertimento, dell’amicizia e della fratellanza che ci ha sempre contraddistinto.


Siate dei nostri … non mancate!!

 

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Bando di concorso proposto dalle Comunità Sammarinesi all'Estero e dalle 9 Giunte di Castello

La Segreteria di Stato per gli Affari Esteri ricorda la scadenza il prossimo 7 luglio 2019 del bando di concorso proposto dalle Comunità Sammarinesi all’Estero e dalle 9 Giunte di Castello.

L’iniziativa permetterà a due giovani della Repubblica di visitare le Comunità Sammarinesi Americane di New York e Detroit, al fine di rafforzare il legame con le comunità oltreoceano e di vivere un‘esperienza ad alto valore culturale e identitario.

Tra i requisiti, la residenza nei Castelli di San Marino ad esclusione dei Castelli di Chiesanuova, Acquaviva, Domagnano e Fiorentino ed aver compiuto il 22° anno di età, oltre alla disponibilità a documentare le tappe principali del viaggio via social media.

I dettagli nel bando:

https://gallery.mailchimp.com/b014698bfdc7de10178bc5a36/files/b2e8cdf4-5998-4369-b9a3-c2828b22c32f/Bando_Viaggio_Estero_USA_2019_002_.pdf

San Marino, 26 giugno 2019/1718 d.f.R.


April, 15, 2020 Location:  Italy
 
Event:  International commercial flight options currently exist in Italy. U.S. citizens who wish to return to the United States should make commercial arrangements as soon as possible unless they are prepared to remain abroad for an indefinite period.  The U.S. government has no plans to arrange repatriation flights in Italy at this time. 
 
Actions to Take:
•       Enroll in the Smart Traveler Enrollment Program (STEP) to receive security updates.
• Call Italy’s112 emergency number or 1500 if you believe you have symptoms and are currently in Italy. English speaking operators are available.
• Consult the CDC website for the most up-to-date information on the disease.
• For information on what you can do to reduce your risk of contracting COVID-19, please see the CDC’s latest recommendations.
• Visit the COVID-19 crisis page on travel.state.gov for the latest information regarding foreign countries’ quarantine requirements and other global impacts.
• Have a plan to depart from Italy that does not rely on U.S. government assistance.
• Check with your airlines or cruise lines regarding any updated information about your travel plans and/or restrictions.
• Visit our Embassy webpage on COVID-19 for information on conditions in Italy.
• Visit the Department of Homeland Security’s website on the latest travel restrictions affecting travel to the U.S.
• Review the Italian National Institute of Health’s website (available only in Italian).
• Visit the Department of State’s webpage for U.S. travelers in Europe: https://travel.state.gov/content/travel/en/international-travel/before-you-go/travelers-with-special-considerations/schengen.html
 
Assistance:
•         U.S. Embassy Rome, Italy
Via Vittorio Veneto, 121
+39 06 46741
USCitizensRome@state.gov
https://it.usembassy.gov
•         U.S. Consulate General Milan, Italy
Via Principe Amadeo, 2/10
+39 02-290-351
USCitizensMilan@state.gov
•         U.S. Consulate General Florence, Italy
Lungarno Vespucci, 38
+39 055-266-951
USCitizensFlorence@state.gov
•         U.S. Consulate General Naples, Italy
Piazza della Repubblica
+39 081-583-8111
USCitizensNaples@state.gov 
•         State Department – Consular Affairs
888-407-4747 or 202-501-4444
•         Italy Country Information
Location:  Italy
 
Event:  International commercial flight options currently exist in Italy. U.S. citizens who wish to return to the United States should make commercial arrangements as soon as possible unless they are prepared to remain abroad for an indefinite period.  The U.S. government has no plans to arrange repatriation flights in Italy at this time. 
 
Actions to Take:
•       Enroll in the Smart Traveler Enrollment Program (STEP) to receive security updates.
• Call Italy’s112 emergency number or 1500 if you believe you have symptoms and are currently in Italy. English speaking operators are available.
• Consult the CDC website for the most up-to-date information on the disease.
• For information on what you can do to reduce your risk of contracting COVID-19, please see the CDC’s latest recommendations.
• Visit the COVID-19 crisis page on travel.state.gov for the latest information regarding foreign countries’ quarantine requirements and other global impacts.
• Have a plan to depart from Italy that does not rely on U.S. government assistance.
• Check with your airlines or cruise lines regarding any updated information about your travel plans and/or restrictions.
• Visit our Embassy webpage on COVID-19 for information on conditions in Italy.
• Visit the Department of Homeland Security’s website on the latest travel restrictions affecting travel to the U.S.
• Review the Italian National Institute of Health’s website (available only in Italian).
• Visit the Department of State’s webpage for U.S. travelers in Europe: https://travel.state.gov/content/travel/en/international-travel/before-you-go/travelers-with-special-considerations/schengen.html
 
Assistance:
•         U.S. Embassy Rome, Italy
Via Vittorio Veneto, 121
+39 06 46741
USCitizensRome@state.gov
https://it.usembassy.gov
•         U.S. Consulate General Milan, Italy
Via Principe Amadeo, 2/10
+39 02-290-351
USCitizensMilan@state.gov
•         U.S. Consulate General Florence, Italy
Lungarno Vespucci, 38
+39 055-266-951
USCitizensFlorence@state.gov
•         U.S. Consulate General Naples, Italy
Piazza della Repubblica
+39 081-583-8111
USCitizensNaples@state.gov 
•         State Department – Consular Affairs
888-407-4747 or 202-501-4444
•         Italy Country Information
Health Alert – U.S. Embassy Rome, Italy – July 16, 2020
 
Location:  Italy
 
Event:  The Department of State has issued a Global Level 4 Health Advisory for COVID-19.  The CDC advises travelers to avoid all nonessential international travel.  Please see CDC information regarding high-risk traveler categories. 
 
As of July 1, the European Union (known as the EU, which includes Italy) began lifting the restrictions on non-essential travel into the EU for residents of certain third countries.  The list of third countries does not currently include United States residents.  Please visit https://reopen.europa.eu/en for more information.
 
The Italian government has modified its entry regulations to allow exceptions for several categories of visitors, including students, business persons, EU residents, and relatives of Italian citizens.  Please review the Ministry of Foreign Affairs website for more specific information in English.  Also please take note of any self-quarantine requirements.
 
The U.S. Embassy in Rome, Consulates General in Milan, Naples, and Florence, and Consular Agencies in Venice, Palermo, and Genoa resumed limited regular passport processing on June 17.  Travelers with an immediate travel need and a confirmed flight to the United States may also contact U.S. Embassy Rome or your local consulate and request an emergency passport appointment.
 
Actions to Take:
•        Call Italy’s 112 emergency number or 1500 if you believe you have symptoms and are currently in Italy. English speaking operators are available.
•        Consult the CDC website for the most up-to-date information on the disease.
•        For information on what you can do to reduce your risk of contracting COVID-19, please see the CDC’s latest recommendations.
•        Visit the COVID-19 crisis page on travel.state.gov for the latest information regarding foreign countries’ quarantine requirements and other global impacts.
•        Have a plan to depart from Italy that does not rely on U.S. government assistance. 
•        Check with your airlines or cruise lines regarding any updated information about your travel plans and/or restrictions.
•        Visit our Embassy webpage on COVID-19 for information on conditions in Italy.
•        Visit the Department of Homeland Security’s website on the latest travel restrictions affecting travel to the U.S.
•        Review the Italian National Institute of Health’s website.
•        Visit the Department of State’s webpage for U.S. travelers in Europe.
 
Assistance:
•        U.S. Embassy Rome, Italy
Via Vittorio Veneto, 121
+39 06 46741
USCitizensRome@state.gov
https://it.usembassy.gov
•        U.S. Consulate General Milan, Italy
Via Principe Amadeo, 2/10
+39 02-290-351
USCitizensMilan@state.gov
•        U.S. Consulate General Florence, Italy
Lungarno Vespucci, 38
+39 055-266-951
USCitizensFlorence@state.gov
•        U.S. Consulate General Naples, Italy
Piazza della Repubblica
+39 081-583-8111
USCitizensNaples@state.gov 
•        State Department – Consular Affairs
888-407-4747 or 202-501-4444
•        Italy Country Information
•        Enroll in the Smart Traveler Enrollment Program (STEP) to receive Alerts

U.S. Consulate General Florence, Italy – September 17, 2020

AMERICANS ARE INVITED TO A VIRTUAL VOTING ASSISTANCE EVENT  EVENT:The U.S. Consulate General in Milan, in conjunction with the Federal Voting Assistance Program (FVAP), is hosting a virtual voting assistance event for U.S. citizens in Italy.; We will provide information on the absentee voting process and other consular services and answer some frequently asked questions: How do I register to vote overseas? How do I send my completed ballot back to the United States? Are absentee ballots actually counted? How early does my ballot need to arrive? How do I renew a U.S. passport? The event is open to all U.S. citizens in Italy - please help spread the word with others who may be interested. WHEN: September 30, 2020, from 18:30 – WHERE:Zoom link here.  Passcode: Yr87LJ Or Telephone: Dial (for higher quality, dial a number based on your current location): US: +1 929 205 6099; or +1 253 215 8782; or +1 301 715 8592; or +1 312 626 6799; or +1 346 248 7799; or +1 669 900 6833; Italy: +39 069 480 6488  or +39 020 066 7245  or +39 021 241 28 823 Webinar ID: 899 6579 8879   Passcode: 472726 If you have any questions, please write to us via the contact info listed at: "https://it.usembassy.gov/u-s-citizen-services/">https://it.usembassy.gov/u-s-citizen-services/.
IT IS PROBABLY* NOT TOO LATE TO VOTE! 
(*depending on your state of residence for voting purposes)
AMERICANS ARE INVITED TO ONE LAST VIRTUAL VOTING ASSISTANCE EVENT FOR THE 2020 ELECTIONS
 
EVENT:  The U.S. Consulate General in Milan, in conjunction with the Federal Voting Assistance Program (FVAP), is hosting a virtual voting assistance event for U.S. citizens in Italy.  We will provide information on the absentee voting process and other consular services and answer some frequently asked questions:
·                  How do I register to vote overseas?
·                  Is it too late to vote?
·                  How do I send my completed ballot back to the United States?
·                  Are absentee ballots actually counted?
·                  How early does my ballot need to arrive?
·                  Can the Embassy/Consulates postmark my ballot?
·                  How do I renew a U.S. passport?
 
The event is open to all U.S. citizens in Italy - please help spread the word with others who may be interested.
 
WHEN: Wednesday, October 14, 2020, from 18:30 – 19:30
WHERE:  Zoom link here.  Passcode: TQGx82
Or Telephone:
    Dial (for higher quality, dial a number based on your current location):
        US: +1 301 715 8592  or +1 312 626 6799  or +1 929 205 6099  or +1 253 215 8782  or +1 346 248 7799  or +1 669 900 6833
        Italy: +39 020 066 7245  or +39 021 241 28 823  or +39 069 480 6488
Webinar ID: 845 1643 8078   Passcode: 540120
 
If you have any questions, please write to us via the contact info listed at: https://it.usembassy.gov/u-s-citizen-services/.
 

WE REMIND DEAR MEMBERS TO PAY THE MEMBERSHIP FEE FOR THE YEAR 2020

SINGLE FEE €. 20.00

FAMILY FEE €. 30.00

IT WILL BE POSSIBLE TO PAY THE FEE AT THE OFFICE EVERY TUESDAY AND THURSDAY FROM 3:00 TO 6.30 PM

OR VIA BANK TRANSFER TO THE FOLLOWING BANK ACCOUNT DETAILS 

SM 97H 0606709800000120103701

Location:  Italy
 
Event: The Department of State has issued a Level 3 Travel Advisory for Italy recommending that travelers avoid all nonessential travel (including tourism) to Italy. In addition, the Centers for Disease Control (CDC) has issued a Level 3 Health Notice for Italy due to COVID-19 concerns and similarly recommends that travelers defer all nonessential travel to Italy.
 
On November 3, 2020, the Italian government issued a decree enacting new health measures to restrict the spread of COVID-19. Valid until December 3, 2020, this decree imposes a nationwide curfew, extends protections in place requiring the use of masks country-wide, permits regional officials to restrict access to public locations, and requires the closure of facilities such as gyms, museums, swimming pools, cinemas, and theaters, amongst others.
 
During this time, it is important to remain aware of restrictions in place within your region.  For example, movement outside your city of residence/domicile and to/from other regions may be prohibited except for work, study, health reasons or for emergencies.  See link here.  A self-certification form may be required.  Travelers can visit the website of the Italian Ministry of Foreign Affairs for additional information on Italian government decrees.
 
Given the COVID-19 situation in Italy, the U.S. Embassy in Rome and Consulates General in Milan, Florence and Naples have limited the level of consular staffing and appointments for routine American Citizen Services, including passport and notarial services. In addition, as of November 9, 2020, the U.S. Embassy and Consulates in Italy will restrict immigrant and nonimmigrant visa appointments. We continue to provide emergency and mission-critical visa services as resources and local conditions allow. We will resume routine visa services as soon as possible but are unable to provide a specific date at this time. 
 
All individuals entering consular buildings must wear a face covering in accordance with Italian government decrees mandating social distancing. In addition, individuals who have traveled within the past 14 days to acountry requiring self-isolationor a negative COVID-19 test upon return to Italy will not be allowed to enter the U.S. embassy or consulates in Italy.
 
 
Actions to Take:
 
•        Call Italy’s112 emergency number or 1500 if you believe you have symptoms and are currently in Italy. English speaking operators are available.
•        Consult the CDC website for the most up-to-date information on the disease.
•        For information on what you can do to reduce your risk of contracting COVID-19, please see the CDC’s latest recommendations.
•        Visit the COVID-19 crisis page on travel.state.gov for the latest information regarding foreign countries’ quarantine requirements and other global impacts.
•        Have a plan to depart from Italy that does not rely on U.S. government assistance.
•        Check with your airlines or cruise lines regarding any updated information about your travel plans and/or restrictions.
•        Visit our Embassy webpage on COVID-19 for information on conditions in Italy.
•        Visit the Department of Homeland Security’s website on the latest travel restrictions affecting travel to the U.S.
•        Review the Italian National Institute of Health’s website (available only in Italian).
•        Visit the Department of State’s webpage for U.S. travelers in Europe: https://travel.state.gov/content/travel/en/international-travel/before-you-go/travelers-with-special-considerations/schengen.html
 
Assistance:
 
•         U.S. Embassy Rome, Italy
Via Vittorio Veneto, 121
+39 06 46741
USCitizensRome@state.gov
https://it.usembassy.gov
 
•         U.S. Consulate General Milan, Italy
Via Principe Amedeo, 2/10
+39 02-290-351
USCitizensMilan@state.gov
 
•         U.S. Consulate General Florence, Italy
Lungarno Vespucci, 38
+39 055-266-951
USCitizensFlorence@state.gov
 
•         U.S. Consulate General Naples
+39 081-583-8111
USCitizensNaples@state.gov
 
•         State Department – Consular Affairs
888-407-4747 or +1 202-501-4444
 
•         Italy Country Information
 
•         Enroll in Smart Traveler Enrollment Program (STEP) to receive security updates

Si ricorda ai nostri soci che per ottenere linee guida riguardanti i viaggi verso gli Stati Uniti, oltre a monitorare il sito seguente :

https://www.esteri.sm/

Sarà necessario monitorare attentamente anche i seguenti siti dell'Ambasciata e del Consolato :

 

I cittadini sammarinesi che intendono recarsi all’estero per turismo o affari sono invitati a prendere visione delle informazioni contenute in questa sezione, che vengono riportate senza garanzia di esaustività e completezza. In caso di viaggi all'estero per altri scopi, si consiglia di prendere contatti diretti con l’Ambasciata o il Consolato del Paese di destinazione.

 

Per ottenere le principali informazioni di viaggio, selezionare il Paese di destinazione nel menù a sinistra suddiviso per continenti.

 

Per informazioni supplementari, chiarimenti o verifiche, contattare il Dipartimento Affari Esteri al seguente indirizzo:  viaggiareinformati@esteri.sm .

 

Si precisa che il passaporto ordinario viene rilasciato dall'Ufficio Passaporti presso lo Stato Civile (Centro Uffici di Borgo Maggiore - Via 28 luglio n. 196 - tel. 0549.88.22.37-38-09 -  segreteria.passaporti@pa.sm).

 

In alcuni Paesi è obbligatoria l’assicurazione sanitaria. Tuttavia, anche laddove non obbligatoria, la sottoscrizione di una polizza assicurativa è sempre raccomandata.

 

Si consiglia di consultare prima della partenza e durante il viaggio, gli aggiornamenti in italiano sulla sicurezza del luogo e sulle restrizioni ai viaggi sul sito www.viaggiaresicuri.it  , curato dal Ministero degli Affari Esteri italiano.

 

Emergenza COVID-19

Per aggiornamenti sulle disposizioni di ingresso nella Repubblica di San Marino e per spostamenti all'estero durante l'emergenza Covid-19 si prega di consultare l'apposita sezione del sito.

 

Smarrimento o furto di documenti

In caso di smarrimento o furto all’estero del proprio passaporto o documento di viaggio, i cittadini sammarinesi devono attenersi alle seguenti regole:

  • recarsi presso le locali Autorità di Polizia per presentare denuncia di furto o smarrimento del documento;
  • contattare la sede consolare italiana competente (tramite i recapiti forniti sul sito internet del Ministero degli Affari esteri italiano) per richiedere il rilascio di un documento di viaggio d’emergenza (ETD, emergency travel document) presentando copia della denuncia di furto o smarrimento, due foto tessera (formato per il passaporto) e titolo di viaggio, se disponibile.

 

Il pagamento dei diritti e l’eventuale rimborso delle spese sostenute dalla sede consolare italiana saranno a carico del richiedente.

 

La sede consolare italiana, a seguito delle necessarie verifiche, emetterà il documento di viaggio d’emergenza (ETD), sulla base delle intese vigenti tra il Dipartimento Affari Esteri sammarinese e il Ministero degli Affari Esteri italiano.

 

 

 

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