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    Default Passport Page?

    Have you guys ever had pages added to your passport at the U.S. consulate in Santo Domingo? Darn it, I am out of pages and I need to get it done fast. What are the procedures and requierments? What’s the fastest one can get pages added to a passpoort? Does anyone know? I would appreciate any information.

    Gracias in advance

    D.D.

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    Richard went in just a few weeks ago to have pages added. Plan on arriving early and staying till the afternoon. The procedure is quite easy. You walk in, hand in your passport with your request somewhere in the back of beyond of the offices, they give you a receipt and a time for collection. Then you go and enjoy a little of Santo Domingo and at the appointed time go back to collect your passport plus pages.

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    Cool....... Chris, Thanks a bounch. Now I need to figure out what to do all day long in Santo Domingo. Pheow! what a relief. I thought it was harder than that.

    D.D.

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    Call Pib like I do

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    Quote Originally Posted by Escott
    Call Pib like I do
    Always the good advice, Escott.

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    Default Speaking of passports....

    Any tips on how to go about getting a passport? (An original passport, that is, for a dominicano.) Where to go? How much does it cost? How long does it take?

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    Wrong thread...

    To get a passport one must go to the Passport Office (Oficina de Pasaporte). Duh!

    The fast service cost 500 pesos (maybe it is more expensive now, my passport is a few years old). It takes about an hour.

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    Thank you. Not to sound estupido, but is the Oficina de Pasaporte in Santo Domingo? Are there other satellite offices that offer the fast service? What is required (birth certificate, I imagine -- anything else)?



    Quote Originally Posted by Pib
    Wrong thread...

    To get a passport one must go to the Passport Office (Oficina de Pasaporte). Duh!

    The fast service cost 500 pesos (maybe it is more expensive now, my passport is a few years old). It takes about an hour.

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    Quote Originally Posted by angie.k.s
    Thank you. Not to sound estupido, but is the Oficina de Pasaporte in Santo Domingo? Are there other satellite offices that offer the fast service? What is required (birth certificate, I imagine -- anything else)?
    I suppose there is one in every province capital. I use the one in Monte Cristi because it is fast and they don't require I bring that stupid 'certified' birth certificate (that sounds stupid in English). Of course MC is my home town and I can get a birth certificate there in 10 minutes flat.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Pib
    Always the good advice, Escott.
    I agree. Ok Pib:I am coming down, you and I will burn that city down. Party time! Do you like Sushi? lol

    D.D.

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