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Monday, March 26, 2018
FLO Website Feature: Foreign Service Life and Crisis
FLO can provide guidance and assistance
to employees and families navigating the challenges and opportunities of
the Foreign Service lifestyle. Its Foreign Service Life webpage provides
information on a variety of topics including eldercare, adding a family
member to your orders, members of household, foreign-born spouses,
long-distance relationships, and more.
On March 1, 1978, FLO became an office
within the Department of State to support Foreign Service employees and
family members living a mobile lifestyle. Learn more about the history of
FLO on our 40th Anniversary webpage. Join us
throughout the year as we celebrate “40 Years of Making a World of
Left: FLO Director
Susan Frost, Family Member Employment Coordinator Chris Baumgarten, and
CLO Program Specialist Michelle Ross took a break from CLO training in
Kuala Lumpur to celebrate with a group of amazing CLOs from around the
world. / Right: FLO staff in Washington, DC wish FLO a
Did you know? FLO assists with naturalization cases for foreign-born spouses of Department of State Foreign Service employees. Learn more at www.state.gov/flo/naturalization. Email questions to FLOAskNaturalization@state.gov.