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Dominican Republic flag Consulate-General of the Dominican Republic in Chicago

Address8700 Bryan Mawr
President's Tower Suite 818
Chicago, IL
USA
Phonelocal: (773) 714.4924
international: +1.773.714.4924
Faxlocal: (773) 714.4910
international: +1.773.714.4910
Emailconsdomillinois@serex.gov.do

Comments on this Consulate-General

richard riski
Wed, 6 Jul 2016 19:47 EDT
deceased ashes
dear sir,
i am traveling to the dr in december to fulfill my deceased wifes wishes to have her ashes put out to sea in the dr.

what regulations and procedures do i have to know to do this.

we are intending to rent a boat and go at least 3 miles out to put her biodegradable package with her ashes in it
Walt
Thu, 6 Mar 2014 17:18 EST
this page
Hello,
Here are my comments:
What for in the line dr.Victor Collado there is date Sat,9Jul 2011? It is confusing and outdated
I feel it is necessary to have links : contact us and directions how to get to Consulate.
Regards,
Walt
Dr. Victor Collado M.D.
Sat, 9 Jul 2011 14:49 EDT
Going to Dominican Republic
Please call Dr. Collado at 810 333-8026
or E-Mail me at drvictorcollado@att.net
I will like to visit RD on 07/23/2011

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