"Internet and mobile communications may be disrupted. Protests have also been reported in other parts of the country", the advisory added.
People hold placards and shout slogans during a protest against the Citizenship Amendment Bill, a bill that seeks to give citizenship to religious minorities persecuted in neighbouring Muslim countries, in Mumbai, India December 13, 2019.
The US said they have also temporarily suspended official travel to Assam.
The violence in the state occurred on Friday where protesters took to roads and lit bonfires of used tyres on roads and clashed with police.
In an advisory on the website of its New Delhi embassy, the United States urged its citizens to exercise caution in the northeastern states.
Several parts of the northeast India have witnessed violent protests over the past few days against the Citizenship Amendment Act which expedites citizenship applications from religious minorities from Pakistan, Afghanistan and Bangladesh, but not Muslims.
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It was passed by parliament earlier this week.
People of these states are protesting against Citizenship Amendment ACT for over a week now. Indian President Ram Nath Kovind has given his assent to the new legislation.
Demonstrators in eastern India set fire to more than a dozen buses and vandalized at least six railway stations on Saturday, as violent protests against a new citizenship law continued for a fourth straight day.
Meanwhile, tough security measures continue at Aligarh Muslim University as a precautionary measure amid student protest against the amended Citizenship Act.
Opposition parties and civil society members in India criticize the bill as contrary to secular principles enshrined in India's constitution as it excludes Muslims.
There is a widespread fear in the North East states that populations defined as indigenous to the region will be culturally and physically overrun by migrants as a result of this law's provisions.