The State Department said that a number of visa restrictions that were in place at the time of the terrorist attack on September 11, 2001, would end on March 14, 2022.

It said that the State Department will announce its travel plans and guidance for visitors and residents of Washington, D.C., before the end of the year.

“For those who wish to visit the State and District of Columbia in 2019, they must apply for a travel document,” the department said in a statement.

The department also said that people who are citizens of any country who are in the United States for less than 180 days can continue to visit, as long as they have a valid travel document and are not in the country on business.

The State Departments official travel guide for Washington state was released in late April.

It lists dates for the state to issue a new passport, and the date when it will issue a travel card.

The guide also lists the dates when it is expected that passport-holders will be able access their passports online.

In the meantime, it is unclear how many people in the state will be allowed to travel with their passports on them at the end, if any.

There are some options for residents of the State to do this, including using a passport issued by a foreign country.

State Department spokesman John Kirby said the department would work with the US government to ensure that all citizens of the US have the ability to visit their home countries and to visit other countries without any additional steps. 

On Wednesday, the State Department said that its offices would be closed from March 14 to February 24.

The closure comes after months of pressure from Washington lawmakers to open up the State department to foreign tourists, and some people have begun to petition for an extension. 

Washington State has a population of more than 1.5 million people, and about 1.6 million are permanent residents.

Washington State also has the second-largest concentration of permanent residents in the nation, after Florida, according to the Migration Policy Institute. 

The State Department is in the process of opening the doors to tourists, but it is not yet clear whether this will be the same way as in the past, when the department issued visas for people from countries that had already imposed travel restrictions.

In recent years, the US has imposed restrictions on some foreign countries, including Saudi Arabia and Egypt. 

“This is a very complicated situation and we will do our best to be as responsive as we can,” Kirby said.