For travel to the United States on a temporary basis, including tourism, temporary employment, study and exchange.
For foreign citizens who want to live permanently in the United States.
Alerts and Messages for U.S. visitors to Dominican Republic.
U.S. Citizens with emergencies, please call (809) 567-7775
Outside of Office Hours, contact: (809) 567-7775
Outside of Dominican Republic: (809) 567-7775
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If you received notification from the National Visa Center (NVC) that your petition has been transferred to the Immigrant Visa Unit in Santo Domingo and request an emergency or expedited appointment, please complete the form below summarizing the nature of your emergency and providing supporting documentation.
If you have been outside of the United States for more than a year, follow this link for information about the returning resident process: https://travel.state.gov/content/travel/en/us-visas/immigrate/returning-resident.html.
If you have been outside of the U.S. for less than one year and your “green card” or Permanent Resident Card (Form I-551), is lost, stolen, or destroyed during your stay in the Dominican Republic, you will need to obtain a “Boarding Foil” from the Embassy before you return to the United States. More information can be found here. Please read and follow all instructions.
If the petition is with the National Visa Center, the petitioner should contact that office directly here. If the petition is at U.S. Embassy Santo Domingo, the petitioner or beneficiary should send a signed statement requesting to withdraw the petition. The petitioner should upload a copy of their U.S. passport data page or permanent resident card in PDF format at the bottom of this form.
Please complete the form below:
Please submit all supporting documents in PDF format. Files larger than 5MB cannot be attached. Only submit documents if you were requested to do so (221g cases, administrative processing, domestic employee contracts, etc.).
If you are an attorney writing on behalf of an applicant, please submit a signed G-28 or G-28i form in PDF format. Your inquiry will not be addressed until a signed G-28 or G-28i form has been submitted.