A consular officer from the U.S. Embassy in Barbados will visit Roseau on March 5 and Portsmouth on March 6 to provide American Citizen Services and to accept applications for U.S. passports and Consular Reports of Birth Abroad (CRBA). Visa cases will not be discussed.
Appointments in Roseau will be held at the Peace Corps Office
Monday, March 5: 11:00 a.m. – 1:00 p.m.; 2:00 p.m. – 5:00 p.m.
Appointments in Portsmouth will be held at the Ross University School of Medicine
Tuesday, March 6: 8:30 a.m. – 11:30 a.m.; 1:30 p.m. – 5:00 p.m.
You must have an appointment to meet with the consular officer. All appointments are scheduled online. Please follow instructions on the U.S. Embassy’s website at http://barbados.usembassy.gov/acs_consularvisits.html. PLEASE HAVE ALL FORMS FILLED OUT PRIOR TO YOUR APPOINTMENT, and bring copies of all supporting documents.
Fees must be paid by international money order or bank draft, made out to “U.S. Embassy.” Fees are:
Child’s passport (under age 16): US$105
First adult passport: US$135
If you are renewing a ten-year passport issued less than 15 years ago, and can present your expired passport, you may apply by mail directly to the Embassy; the fee is US$110.
If you cannot present a previous ten-year passport issued less than fifteen years ago, you must appear in person for an interview with the consular officer. If you are applying for a passport for a child under age 16, and both parents are listed on the birth certificate, both parents must appear in person with the child OR you may submit a notarized statement of consent from the absent parent. For more information, visit: http://www.travel.state.gov/passport/get/minors/minors_834.html
All applicants must provide: completed passport application, two passport-size photos (2” x 2”), and proof of U.S. citizenship such as previous U.S. passport, U.S. birth certificate, or U.S. naturalization certificate. Please bring originals AND photocopies of all documents. You must also provide a prepaid air waybill (FedEx, DHL, QuikPak, etc.) in order to mail/post your passports back to Dominica.
For a child under age 16, please bring the documents listed above PLUS the child’s birth certificate and both parents’ passports. Please bring originals AND photocopies of all documents.
Additional information on U.S. citizen services and links to application forms are available on U.S. Department of State’s website at http://travel.state.gov.
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And by the way, come election American citizens in Dominica are allowed to vote. Sweet. Obama for president
Thanks for making it easier to get the passports. People don’t hate I hope those who tried to “give up” their citizenship will use the opportunity to drop off their passport since they will not be needing it any more. the privileges afforded to some, the US citizens. Make best use of it US citizens. Now do we still want to prosecute the PM and St,Jean?
Let’s be maitre viye and go to Roseau and Posse outside the venues from 7:00 am-7:00 p.m to see all vocal d/cans from all the sides of the fence who are going to glide orslide in.Some have posted with return service ,their documentsto avoid what we have planned for them.Nicodimus tatics like in the red clinic acoording to the ****** minister.”Ladies & gentlemen some of de opposition coming for their mony in de night Madame Speaker!” lol
You don’t have work to do?
Or even you did not read the article, if you did you would not post such comment! And even at that involve politics etc. You need to grow up and read a lot and not once or twice even more so you will get a gist of what an article is saying.
be careful when reading…it says PASSPORTS NOT VISAS..it only makes provision for US citizens or anyone who is a holder of an american passports…note well it says visas will not be discuessed….TAKE NOTE..
If any can help, please tell me, how often do these consulars visit Dominica a year. Is once or twice?
They have reports when ever they visit and every year they visit at least once. Again a simple Google search on the matter would avoid you asking a silly question.
I think they have their dates on their website or you can call them directly.
Didn’t you renew yours last year?As a citizen of the US you should know don’t come here asking us who don’t even have a visitors visa.
don’t be a fool. the person is just asking a simple question.Who you want to blame for you not having a visitors visa? No diplomacy whatsoever
Oh Great! Was wondering when they were coming.