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Dominican Republic flag Consulate-General of the Dominican Republic in San Juan, Puerto Rico

AddressEDIFICIO BOGORICIN PISO 01
AVENIDA PONCE DE LEÓN 1606 PARADA 23, APARTADO 8540
SAN JUAN, PR 00910
USA
Phonelocal: (787) 725.9550
international: +1.787.725.9550
Faxlocal: (787) 721.7820
international: +1.787.721.7820
Emailconsdomsanjuan@serex.gov.do

Comments on this Consulate-General

Fernando Rivera
Thu, 29 Jun 2017 19:17 EDT
I am engaged to a Dominican woman 50 years old. I live in Puerto rICO SINCE 2006. i WOULD LIKE TO KNOW What steps I need to do to have her come to Puerto Rico
luis veloz
Fri, 14 Nov 2014 18:23 EST
tengo impedimento de salida aqui en puerto rico soy ciudadano americano y no me dejan salir
NIGEL CASTRO
Tue, 16 Sep 2014 15:46 EDT
URGENTE
YA ENVIE UN CORREO ESPERO SE ME DE UNA RESPUESTA EN UN TIEMPO PRUDENTE GRACIAS
mark burk
Sat, 29 Dec 2012 11:35 EST
Marrige Dominican woman US.North America man
I am engaged to a Dominican womcan 42 years of age. I am a US ciitizen. I have been in Puerto Rico for 10 months on buisness. I want information to help in getting Married in Puerto Rico. Or if this woman is not legally here what steps must I make to get tjis matter solved to start a married life. Her children are in Dominican and all under 21 and 18 as well. Please help if possible.
roberto.caraballo@ssa.gov
Mon, 7 Nov 2011 14:43 EST
Marriage certificates
Do you assist in security marrigage certificates issued out of the Dominican Republic ? You may email me bact at Roberto.Caraballo@ssa.gov.

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