American citizens in Haiti should leave Haiti as soon as possible by commercial or private means of transportation, in light of the current security situation and infrastructural challenges,” the US Embassy in Port-au-Prince requests in a note. Americans who plan to leave Port-au-Prince should keep an eye on local news sources and security updates from commercial transportation companies. They should also plan to depart Haiti as soon as security allows.

On Monday, March 4, the US Embassy in Port-au-Prince will operate with limited hours tomorrow. The violence caused by gangs and its impacts on infrastructure and transportation could further affect embassy activities this week.

For visas and services to U.S. citizens, including ordinary passport services, requests for consular reports of birth abroad, and notary services, all appointments scheduled for Monday, Tuesday, and Wednesday are canceled.

People who have appointments on Monday, Tuesday, or Wednesday should not try to visit the Embassy as circumstances can prevent the U.S. Embassy from accepting visitors on those days.

Steps to take: Avoid visiting Haiti. Take commercial or private transportation out of Haiti as soon as you can if you are a citizen of the United States.

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