H2B Program

6 February, 2023 | Consular Affairs, News

This time we will be talking about H-2 visas for temporary agricultural and non-agricultural workers.  It is important to remember that an H-2 visa allows…

B1/B2 schedule

23 January, 2023 | Consular Affairs, News

On October 19, 2022, the Embassy began opening new interview appointments for tourist visas (B1/B2) every other Wednesday for two-week increments.  Please see the announcement…

Sham Marriages

10 January, 2023 | Consular Affairs, News

Sham marriages, sadly, are a common type of immigration fraud.  A “sham marriage” is one that is entered for the sole purpose of circumventing the…

Petitioner presence at interview

3 January, 2023 | News

Should I bring the petitioner to my immigrant visa interview? It is not a requirement that the petitioner be present during the interview in any…

Boarding foils

5 December, 2022 | Consular Affairs, News

If you are a lawful permanent resident (LPR) who has been outside of the United States for less than a year, but your resident card…

Consular Services Contacts

14 November, 2022 | Consular Affairs, News

The Consular Section of the U.S. Embassy in the Dominican Republic has different official mechanisms for applicants to obtain general as well as specific information…

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