Event: Rio Grande do Norte reported violent attacks in more than 35 municipalities across the state over the course of four consecutive nights resulting in disruption to basic services. Criminal elements have targeted public infrastructure, including municipal buses and offices, and private property. U.S. government personnel are directed to avoid travel to the state of Rio Grande do Norte until further notice.
U.S. citizens who must travel to Rio Grande do Norte should review travel plans and monitor local news sources for additional information.
Please review the Brazil Country Information page for additional information.
Demonstrations and strikes are common in urban areas, and may occur unexpectedly, disrupting transportation, and may escalate into violence.
Actions to Take:
U.S. Embassy BrasiliaSES – Av. das Nações, Quadra 801, Lote 03Brasília, DF – 70403-900
E-mail: Phone: (61) 3312-7000 After-Hours Emergencies: (61) 3312-7400BrasiliaACS@state.gov
U.S. Consulate General Recife
Recife, PE – 50.070-060 Phone: (81) 3416-3050 After-Hours Emergencies: (81) 99916-9470 or (81) 3416-3060 Email: RecifeACS@state.gov
U.S. Consulate General Rio de JaneiroAv. Presidente Wilson, 147 CasteloRio de Janeiro, RJ – 20030-020Entrance at Rua Santa LuziaPhone: (21) 3823-2000 After-Hours Emergencies: (21) 3823-2029 Email:firstname.lastname@example.org
U.S. Consulate General São PauloRua Henri Dunant, 500. Chácara Santo AntonioSão Paulo, SP – 04709-110
E-mail: Phone: (11) 3250-5000 After-Hours Emergencies: (11) 3250-5373SaoPauloACS@state.gov
U.S. Consulate General Porto AlegreAv. Assis Brasil, 1889. Passo d’Areia Porto Alegre, RS – 91010-005 Phone: (51) 3345-6000 After-Hours Emergencies: (51) 98293-0446 E-mail: PortoAlegreACS@state.gov
State Department – Consular Affairs: 888-407-4747 or 202-501-4444
Brazil Country Information
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