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Lost or stolen visas

If your valid U.S. visa has been lost or stolen, immediately notify the U.S. Embassy Santo Domingo Consular Section.  In order to submit your report, please email support-dominicanrepublic@ustraveldocs.com including following documents: Report from the National Police indicating that your passport was lost or stolen; and Letter of Explanation including the date, circumstances, and location of the ...
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Trafficking in Persons Report, 2013 – Dominican Republic

The Dominican Republic – Tier 2 The Dominican Republic is a source, transit, and destination country for men, women, and children subjected to sex trafficking and forced labor. Reports indicate that large numbers of Dominican women and children are subjected to sex trafficking throughout the Dominican Republic, the Caribbean, Europe, South America, the Middle East, ...
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Security Message –Armed Robberies at Traffic Intersections in Santo Domingo

Recent press reports and police statistics indicate a rise in armed robberies in various traffic intersections within the National District. These crimes generally take the form of two individuals on a motorcycle approaching stopped cars in busy intersections and robbing the occupants at gunpoint. Press reports also enumerate the intersections within the national district with ...
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Joint Communiqué – Seventh Meeting of the Environmental Affairs Council (CAFTA-DR)

Free Trade Agreement between the Dominican Republic-Central America-United States (CAFTA-DR) Seventh Meeting of the Environmental Affairs Council Santo Domingo, Dominican Republic May 9, 2013 JOINT COMMUNIQUÉ The CAFTA-DR Environmental Affairs Council (Council) held its seventh meeting today in Santo Domingo, Dominican Republic.  At the meeting, each Council Member reported on his or her country’s advancements ...
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