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    Default JCE starts issuing new cedulas from today

    JCE inicia hoy cedulación en 17 locales - DiarioLibre.com

    last week danilo was the first one to receive a new cedula and from today JCE officially starts working with new cedulas. they will be issuing them in 17 different offices, all over the country.

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    My wife's expired while they weren't renewing them. So I suggested she not wait too long and go today. So off to POP she goes early in the AM. Of course that was a bad idea. They have already suspended the renewals again until further notice. Next time we'll wait until somebody we know (or some DR1 poster) actually gets one renewed.

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    diari libre reports that in SD it takes a long time but the cedulas are being issued:
    Arranca el proceso de expedición de la nueva cédula de identidad - DiarioLibre.com

    i wonder if this is a problem only in POP?

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    Maybe. That would be better than being suspended everywhere I guess. They may just be overwhelmed with the number of people. My wife did not go as early as 5 AM. She did say that they said they processed some folks very early in POP today but that they were told to stop for an unknown reason before they got to my wife. Anyways she's Dominican so its not a big deal for her to have an expired cedula and I don't have to renew mine for a while yet.

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    Is it urgent do be there ASAP, can we just wait until the rush is over and go later? I am sure the old document will be good for some time.

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    Quote Originally Posted by mido View Post
    Is it urgent do be there ASAP, can we just wait until the rush is over and go later? I am sure the old document will be good for some time.
    I'not sure,I asked my lawyer, she anwered "ASAP". But I can and will wait a little time , for not to drive to POP without
    success. As the number of the Cédulas will not change, I guess it is possible to wait a little.

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    Default Birth Cert and Blood Test

    I read that we need to bring a birth certificate and a blood type test to get the new Cedula ...

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    Default new Cédulas

    Quote Originally Posted by intedserve View Post
    I read that we need to bring a birth certificate and a blood type test to get the new Cedula ...
    yes, read at the end of this information: (DR1 Daily news from today)
    ""2. JCE begins issuing new ID
    The Central Electoral Board (JCE) is ready to issue new IDs to Dominicans starting this Monday at 17 JCE centers nationwide. Some 7 million new IDs need to be issued. The JCE says that the first stations to get the ID are:

    VIP center at the headquarters at Av. Luperon
    Av. Nicolas de Ovando, corner Rafael Castillo (Plaza Andurina) in Cristo Rey,
    Av. 27 de Febrero at Delgado;
    Centro de los Heroes (Junta del Distrito)
    Calle Manuel F. Marmol No. 13, Ensanche Luperon;
    Calle Santiago, corner Danae in Gascue.
    Edificio Declaracion Tardia at Av. Luperon
    Junta del Distrito, Plaza Naco at Tiradentes
    Calle Primera No. 17, Los Alcarrizos
    Ministerio de Defensa (military and police)
    Presidency and Congress (for government)
    Listin Diario (for Listin employees)

    - In San Pedro de Macoris:
    Calle Francisco Alberto Caamano
    Calle Mella No. 51

    - La Romana:
    Calle Daurte esq. Rosa Duarte

    - Puerto Plata:
    Calle Antera Mota

    - Santiago:
    Calle Restauracion

    - Azua:
    Calle Emilio Prud'Homme No. 24

    - Barahona:
    Calle Duverge, esq. Colon

    - San Juan:
    Calle Wenceslao Alvarez No. 117

    - San Francisco de Macoris:
    Calle Mella No. 51 esq. Sanchez
    Calle El Carmen No. 17

    The JCE will be taking the ID-issuing equipment to some of the country's biggest companies so that large numbers of employees can be issued ID cards at work. The new ID card will be valid for 10 years and citizens will be required to present the new card in order to vote in the 2016 presidential and general elections.

    The requirements to get the new ID are:
    Copy of the birth certificate or birth data
    Blood type certification issued by a blood bank recognized by the Ministry of Public Health.
    In case of change in civil status, copy of a marriage certificate.


    A document confirming your professional status this must be presented, if you wish to declare your profession on your ID card"
    Last edited by sabra; 04-21-2014 at 05:09 PM. Reason: addition

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    Ciudadanos de Puerto Plata hacen largas filas para cambiar y adquirir nueva cédula - Puerto Plata Digital

    puerto plata digital reports on the process of issuing new cedulas in POP. they did not mention suspending the renewals.

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    What about expats that don't need to renew as of yet or is this only for Dominicans?

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