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The US Embassy Swears in 44 New Peace Corps Volunteers

Santo Domingo-The Charge’ d’ Affairs of the US Embassy in the Dominican Republic, Daniel Foote, swore in 44 new volunteer technicians of the Peace Corps to serve in the Dominican Republic. The ceremony was held at the organization’s training center in Pantoja, on Wednesday, October 30. During the ceremony, Mr. Foote highlighted that over the last half ...
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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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