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    While in DR next month, I have to get to the US embassy in Santo Domingo to deposit some documents. I was informed by them that a messenger could deliver my documents !!

    Has anyone done that ?

    Looking at the US embassy website in SD, the company name is DOMEX. Anyone used them ?

    Thanks !

    Just trying to avoid standing on a line in front of the US embassy under the the hot sun

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    there is hardly anyone in a line at the consulate any more.. last two wimes i went there, i was theonly one... seems no one wants to get in anymore or has visa issues

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    Really ?
    good to know !!

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    Cool Pretty good service

    Quote Originally Posted by africaida View Post
    while in dr next month, i have to get to the us embassy in santo domingo to deposit some documents. I was informed by them that a messenger could deliver my documents !!

    has anyone done that ?

    looking at the us embassy website in sd, the company name is domex. Anyone used them ?

    Thanks !

    Just trying to avoid standing on a line in front of the us embassy under the the hot sun
    i used domex for delivery of my daughter's renewed us passport. I live in sosua and they delivered it right to my door! They are located inside by the waiting area...good luck to you!

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    There is a separate line for US citizens. It's much faster than the conga line for visas. Flash your passport with a smile.

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    I am not a US citizen, that's why Domex sounds really good

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    They dejivered my daughter Social Security card.
    I found it several days later,wet,and covered with tire tread marks.Well,at least the charged a lot!
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    CC, you got me convinced. I will take the guagua/bus to SD.
    Thanks !

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    Paid for delivery of passports, CRBA & SS cards, following the allotted time plus about 3 weeks, went to ACS to inquire and they were there with domex never delivered and no refund.

    Went exactly as I had expected, no surprise.

    In the future I will insist on PU.

    G'luck

    By the way, we are right here in SD only 20 minutes +\- from the present less than 1 from the new

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    Quote Originally Posted by Celt202 View Post
    There is a separate line for US citizens. It's much faster than the conga line for visas. Flash your passport with a smile.
    tthere was no line for anyone.. i mean NO ONE was on line in any line citizen or other

    really it was kinda scary because i am used to seeing long lines

    but twice i went and there was no one on line

    inside was crowded..

    i was grateful..

    i mean the mexicans have stopped coming, so what if the dominicans stopped coming as well

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