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    Default Dominican Consulate in Connecticut

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    Consulate RD will make Connecticut operational; Dominicans can file papers without going to NY

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    September 2, 2017
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    NEW YORK, USA- The Dominican consulate in this city will conduct a mobile operation in Waterbury, Connecticut, so that Dominicans living in that North American metropolis and their neighborhoods can process documents without having to move to that organization's headquarters .

    During the consular activity that will be held from 9:00 a.m. to 3:00 p.m., at the Baldwin Recreation Center, located at 135 East Liberty Street, the Central Electoral Board (JCE) will also offer its expedition and renewal services. Electoral identity card.

    The day also includes the issuance of passports, special power for sales and adoption of minors, sale and removal of vehicles and transfer of permission for the possession and possession of firearms, to authorize travel of minors accompanied by their parents or guardians, apostille of documents, sworn declaration of singleness and banking and mortgage procedures, as well as services of visas and protection.

    The mobile operations are carried out by the disposal of Consul General Carlos Castillo, with the aim of expanding the services offered to the community, but at the same time, to provide Dominicans living in different cities and counties with their documents without having to go to the headquarters of the Consulate in Manhattan

    http://elnacional.com.do/consulado-r...y-sin-ir-a-ny/




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    Will Foreigners be able to apply for residency , I wonder ?

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    Quote Originally Posted by william webster View Post
    Will Foreigners be able to apply for residency , I wonder ?
    I don't see why not. There is a DR consulate office in Atlantic City one day a week [Thursdays], and they do everything there. Mr. AE is even registered to vote in DR elections at that location.




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