Notice for U.S. Citizens: The Aftermath of Hurricane Irma – Sitrep 3

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We are considering every option to assist U.S. citizens in St. Martin, in close coordination with Dutch and French partners.
Hurricane Jose is predicted to pass near St. Martin on Saturday, which has severely limited the window for safe departures.
The airport remains closed to commercial traffic. U.S. citizens in St. Martin should not go to the airport until they have departure plans. We are in contact with U.S. citizens needing assistance in St. Martin and will advise them if we are able to assist them in departing.

U.S. citizens should follow the instructions provided by local authorities and call 911 locally if they require immediate assistance.

Please visit…/travel/en/news/HurricaneIrma.html for the latest updates on the aftermath of Hurricane Irma.

Email: IrmaEmergencyUSC@State.Gov and provide as much information as possible (at a minimum, please provide their full name, gender, and last known location within country, if known)

Call us at 1-888-407-4747 (from the U.S. & Canada), +1-202-501-4444 (from Overseas)

For U.S. Citizens in Dutch St. Maarten:

Visit Task Force Alert: and select “2017 Hurricane Irma”
If you are entering information about a U.S. citizen in Dutch St. Maarten, Anguilla, Aruba, Bonaire, Curacao, Saba, or St. Eustatius use “Netherlands” as the Last Known Country

If you have difficulty using Task Force Alert, please mail IrmaEmergencyUSC@State.Gov and provide as much information as possible about your loved one.

For U.S. Citizens in French St. Martin:

For assistance in French St. Martin, contact U.S. Embassy Bridgetown:
U.S. Embassy Barbados:
U.S. Embassy Bridgetown
Phone: (246) 227-4000