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updated March 1, 2022

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Ukraine War Assistance for US Citizens, Legal Permanent Residents and their families.

US Citizens in Ukraine should fill out this from – https://cacms.state.gov/s/crisis-intake– so the State Department can be in contact with them. 

US Citizens in Ukraine can call 
1-606-260-4379

Poland has indicated to the U.S. government that U.S. citizens may now enter Poland through the land border with Ukraine. No advanced approval is required. 

We encourage those traveling into Poland by land from Ukraine to cross at the Korczowa-Krakovets or Medyka-Shehyni border crossings.

The U.S. embassy has consular officers stationed near these crossings to provide assistance.

Please call +48 22 504 2784 or +48 22 504 2000 (Embassy Warsaw), or +48 12 424 5100 (Consulate General Krakow), or email [email protected] or [email protected] for further information. 

You may contact the Polish Border Guard by email at [email protected] or by phone at +48 22 500 4068, +48 22 500 4568, or +48 22 500 5468.

The Polish Border Guard’s website also provides relevant information (in Polish).

The U.S. Embassy and Consulate in Poland’s website describes entry and exit requirements (located under the header “Entry and Exit Requirements”).

 We encourage those traveling into Romania by land from Ukraine to cross at the Siret border crossing.

The U.S. embassy will soon have consular officers stationed near this crossing to provide assistance. 

Please call +40-41-270-6000 or email [email protected] for further information.  Vaccinated and unvaccinated U.S. citizens may enter Romania by land.

The Romanian Border Police’s website also provides relevant information. The U.S. Embassy in Romania’s website describes entry and exit requirements (located under the header “Entry and Exit Requirements”).

We encourage those traveling into Hungary by land from Ukraine to cross at the Záhony border crossing.

The U.S. embassy will have staff stationed near this crossing to provide assistance.

Please contact +36-1-475-4400 by phone or [email protected] by email for further information.

U.S. citizens do not need a visa to enter Hungary, but should be prepared to show proof of vaccination, a negative COVID-19 test, or proof of recovery from COVID-19.

Please contact +36-1-475-4400 by phone or [email protected] by email for further information. Hungarian Police’s website provides relevant information. The U.S. Embassy in Hungary’s website describes entry and exit requirements (located under the header “Entry and Exit Requirement”).

A list of open border crossings is available on the U.S. Embassy in Bratislava’s website.

The U.S. embassy can provide consular assistance to U.S. citizens who cross into Slovakia from Ukraine.  Please call +421-2-5443-0861 or +421-903-703-666 by phone or email [email protected] for further information.

All borders in Slovakia are open to vaccinated travelers, and unvaccinated travelers will be allowed entry in a humanitarian emergency, but may need to undergo testing and quarantine.

The U.S. Embassy in Slovakia’s website describes entry and exit requirements (located under the header “Entry and Exit Requirements”) in more detail.

U.S. citizens traveling into Moldova by land from Ukraine should avoid the Transnistria region and cross into Moldova either to the north or south of the region.

The main Moldova-Ukraine border crossing south of Transnistria is Palanca – Mayaki Udobnoe.

The main border crossing north of Transnistria is Otaci – Mohyliv-Podilskyi.

U.S. Embassy personnel will be stationed near border crossings to provide assistance.

Please contact +373-2240-8300 by phone or [email protected] by email for further information.

Travelers should not enter Moldova through the breakaway region of Transnistria, where the U.S. Embassy has limited access and cannot provide the full range of assistance to U.S. citizens.

Travelers should note the Chisinau-Odesa train goes through Transnistria as well. More information on Transnistria can be found here.

U.S. citizens can enter Moldova, whether vaccinated or unvaccinated, though travel restrictions in-country will vary depending on vaccination status.

The Moldovan Border Police’s website provides relevant information (in Romanian).  The U.S. Embassy in Moldova’s COVID-19 website describes entry and exit requirements in full under the header “Entry and Exit Requirements.”

The European Union maintains this website with all travel restrictions for member states.

Ukraine War Assistance for Israeli Citizens, Legal Permanent Residents and their families, and Jews seeking to enter Israel

People seeking to enter Israel can contact the Israel Ministry of Foreign Affairs at the following numbers, based on where they are currently located.

From Ukraine and Poland
+380-67-770-4216
+390-67-770-3536

From Slovakia
+42-190-862-3342

From Hungary
+36-304-542-779
+36-301-607-943

From Romania
+407-554-62-041

From Moldova
+373-791-76-560

The MFA calls on all Israeli citizens in Ukraine to follow the reports in the media and obey instructions of local security forces.

Israeli embassies in the region have sent representatives to major border crossings according to the list below:
Medyka crossing to Poland
Vysne Nemescke crossing to Slovakia
Zahony crossing to Hungary
Sighet crossing to Romania.

Israeli citizens requiring assistance or guidance may call the MFA Situation Room in Jerusalem at the following numbers:
02-530 3155
02-530 3911
02-530 3401
02-530 3287

Embassy hotlines in Ukraine are also available:
+380 67 770 3536
+380 67 770 4216

Hotline – Law of Return Department:
+380 50 366 2560

Israeli citizens requiring assistance or guidance may call the MFA Situation Room in Jerusalem:
02-530 3155

The MFA calls on Israeli citizens residing in Ukraine to register with the embassy:
https://survey.gov.il/ru/israelinuk

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