US Consulate in Santo Domingo, Dominican Republic 4

US Consulate Address, Phone number, Location, Apply for visa, Opening hours, Immigrant Visa Email, American Citizen Service Email, Non Immigrant Visa Email in Santo Domingo, Dominican Republic

Address:Av. Repblica de Colombia #57, in Arroyo Hondo.

Phone: For Punta Cana – (809) 552-8990
For Puerto Plata – (809)586-8017, (809) 586-4204, (809) 586-8023
For emergencies to American Citizens: (809) 567-7775
For Immigrant Visas & Non-Immigrant Visas: (829) 956-5144 from the Dominican Republic or (703) 988-3410 from the United States.
Skype name :ustraveldocs-dominicanrepublic.

Email: For Notarial
For Immigrant Visas:


Opening hours: Monday – Thursday: 7:00am – 4:30pm, Friday: 7:30am – 11:30am
Callers in the Dominican Republic:
Monday through Friday 8:00 AM-8:00 PM UTC
Callers in the United States: Monday through Friday 8:00 AM-7:00 PM EST

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US Consulate Santo Domingo, Dominican Republic official website: For US Citizens passport online appointment:

To apply for Visa online in Santo Domingo, Dominican Republic:

Apply Visa here:

Service provided in Consular section at Santo Domingo, Dominican Republic

Both routine and emergency, for U.S. citizens, Santo Domingo, and other foreign nationals resident in Dominican Republic.

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4 thoughts on “US Consulate in Santo Domingo, Dominican Republic

  • Rose Phillips

    Our family is attempting to obtain additional information about the sudden death of my 38 year-old-nephew, who was in good health while visiting in the Santa Domingo in March and April 2019. I learned today that he was found dead on April 25, yet I was not notified of his death until April 30. We have not received a copy of the police report just a call and letter from the embassy telling us: “The police found him with medicine and not any cash and at this point they think it was related to a heart attack.”
    Obviously, we would like to know why that information does not correspondent to the report later given to us by people who were present when the police broke into the bedroom where my nephew was staying to discover his body.
    How can we get a copy of the police report to determine the status of the body found, a description of the death scene, the medication found so we can determine why he was seeing a doctor, and what happened to his money stored in the safe in his room. Help us. please.