The U.S. Mission in India is facilitating a series of flights to the United States this week, for U.S citizens stuck in India, during COVID crisis.
Here are the special flights organized by U.S Mission.
- Delhi to San Francisco – April 6
- Delhi to San Francisco – April 7
- Delhi to San Francisco – April 8
- Mumbai to Atlanta – April 7
- Mumbai to Atlanta – April 10
Considering the current COVID situation and the lockdown, this will be a special endeavor by the U.S. Mission to help it’s citizens stuck and not able to return to India.
In a press release, the mission mentioned that this might be a last and final endeavor and there may not be any further flights after this one.
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How to return to USA amidst COVID scare
YOu’d need to email the US mission immediately at email@example.com to confirm your interest in returning to the United States with the following information for each traveler:
- First Name
- Middle Name
- Last Name
- Date of Birth (MM-DD-Year)
- Citizenship Country
- Passport Country
- Passport Number
- Passport Expiration Date
- Alien Registration Number (If Any)
All passengers must have a valid U.S. passport or other U.S. travel document (e.g. green card, visa) to board the flight. If any member of the party does not have a currently valid U.S. travel document, please note this in your email.
U.S. citizens interested in a seat on a flight must do two things:
- Complete the form at https://tinyurl.com/uscit-india so that the U.S. embassy has your specific information and location, and
- Enroll in the Smart Traveler Enrollment Program (STEP) at https://step.state.gov/to receive critical information from the embassy concerning flight opportunities.
For more details, please check the update here.