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Dominican Republic Country Information

We process more family visas from the Dominican Republic to the USA than any other company, and we do it all online. We can offer support in Spanish as well.
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United States Embassy, Santo Domingo Dominican Republic

Embassy Website: https://do.usembassy.gov/

Embassy Phone Number:
Please contact a bilingual customer service representative using one from below telephone numbers:
Callers in the Dominican Republic: Call 1-829-956-5144 (Monday through Friday 8:00 AM-8:00 PM UTC)

Callers in the United States: Call 1-703-988-3410 (Monday through Friday 8:00 AM-7:00 PM EST)

Embassy Email Address: [email protected]; [email protected]

URL for scheduling the interview online: https://www.ustraveldocs.com/do

Can fiancé/spouse attend the interview: Yes

Where to pay the Embassy fee: Pay the K visa application fee, the equivalent of US$265 in Dominican pesos, at any branch of Banco Popular in the Dominican Republic. This one-time fee covers appointment scheduling, client support, and delivery services. There is no available option for online payment. If you are unable to pay in person at a Banco Popular branch in the Dominican Republic, a friend, relative, or representative may go to Banco Popular and pay in your stead with a copy of your CGI deposit slip. No other documentation is required.

Local language documents need translated: All documents that are neither in English nor Spanish must be translated into English by a competent translator.

Medical Examination Fee: US $180 for adults, children 15 years and under US $80
Vaccinations are extra, depending on age and vaccines needed.

Embassy appointment scheduling method: Please visit www.ustraveldocs.com/do in order to make an appointment at the VAC. For complete steps to schedule a K-1 Fiancee Visa Interview, click here. For immigrant visa, click here.

Medical appointment scheduling method: You may go to Consultorios de Visa any working day between 7:00 a.m. and 10:00 a.m. for your medical examination. Adults and children should appear for their exam as soon as they receive the appointment letter. Children ages 2 through 14 can appear for their medical exams only on Mondays, Wednesdays or Fridays. Children ages 2 through 14 will not be examined on Thursdays. If you are an immigrant visa applicant, you must take the enclosed immigrant visa appointment letter to Consultorios de Visa.

Number of photos required for the Embassy Interview: 2

Number of photos required for Medical Examination: 3

Reciprocity by Country: https://travel.state.gov/content/travel/en/us-visas/Visa-Reciprocity-and-Civil-Documents-by-Country.html

Embassy/Interview Instructions for K Visas:
For complete steps on how to schedule a K Visa (Fiancée) Interview, please click here.

Embassy/Interview instructions for immigrant (CR-1/IR-1/IR-5) visas:
Click here, for new steps to follow to apply for Immigrant Visas.

Medical examination instructions: Click here for the complete details.

Others: More Info for Immigrant Visa, More Info for Fiancé(e) (K-1) Visa, More Info for K-3/K-4 Visa, Required documents, General FAQ

Testimonials from Dominican Republic

The entire process with RapidVisa was a pleasure. They were very helpful and very thorough with amazing service. Thank You.

~ Jacqueline and Gary

Jacqueline and GaryAustralia / United States of America

You have been such a great help and you service was outstanding, really fast and reliable. Irene passed her interview November 12, 2013, and if it was not for you outstanding help and knowledge we could of never complete this process so fast, I can not thank you Rapid Visa enough for what you have done for me and Irene. I would definitely recommend Rapid Visa to any one!! Such a friendly and outstanding staff!! You can't go wrong using Rapid Visa!! The Best Out There!

~ Philippines

Thanks Rapid Visa!Philippines / United States of America

As far as the K1 visa, that went fine on your part. We did have trouble with the embassy in Manila. We are still waiting for my wife's adjustment of status to be finished. She has her work permit and her biometrics is finished, but still no permanent status or green card yet. I did need to pay a Attorney to help, as you guys know with the K1 Visa. As far as the way you have things set up, it works very well and it makes things so much more easier than doing it on your own. You guys are great to work with and would gladly pay the fees to use your system again if they were ever needed. I am sure they won't be. I would tell anyone thinking of using Rapid Visa to do so and relax they are always there for you whenever you have any questions at all. Trust me I had plenty . My wife and I married on 12/30/12 and just had our first anniversary and we will have many more to come if the good Lord is willing.

Thank you,

~ Brian

BrianPhilippines / United States of America