U.S. Consular Officer to hold office hours for U.S. Citizens in Dominica

US EmbassyA Consular Officer from the U.S. Embassy in Barbados will visit Roseau, Dominica from Tuesday, January 28th through Thursday, January 30th 2014 to provide U.S. Citizens Services and to accept applications for U.S. passports and Consular Reports of Birth Abroad (CRBA). Visa cases will not be discussed.

IMPORTANT NOTICE: We will no longer accept handwritten passport application forms. You must fill out all passport application forms online at https://pptform.state.gov/and then print. Please have all forms completed prior to your appointment and bring originals and copies of all supporting documents.

Appointments will be held at the Peace Corps Office, 8 King George V Street:

Tuesday, January 28: 8:30 – 11:30 a.m. and 1:00 p.m. to 4:00 p.m.

Wednesday, January 29: 8:30 a.m. to 11:30 a.m. and 1:00 p.m. to 4:00 p.m.

Thursday, January 30: 8:30 a.m. to 11:30 a.m.

You must arrange an appointment online to meet with the Consular Officer. Please follow instructions on the U.S. Embassy’s website at http://barbados.usembassy.gov/acs_consularvisits.html.

Fees must be paid by international money order or bank draft made out to “U.S. Embassy.” PLEASE NOTE: The money order or bank draft must have the correct and exact amount. We will not issue any refunds. Fees are:

  • Child’s passport (under age 16): US$105
  • First adult passport: US$135  CRBA: US$100
  • Notarials: US$50 per signature

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; fee is US$135.

All applicants must provide: completed passport application, two passport-size photos (2” x 2”), proof of U.S. citizenship such as previous U.S. passport, U.S. birth certificate, or U.S. naturalization certificate, and social security card. Please bring originals AND photocopies of all documents. You must also provide a prepaid air waybill (FedEx, DHL, LIAT QuikPak, etc.) in order to have the new passport mailed back to you.

For a child under age 16, if 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. Please also bring the documents listed above PLUS the child’s birth certificate and both parents’ passports or other identification. Please bring originals AND photocopies of all documents including copies of the parents’ identification.

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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  1. Anonymous
    January 14, 2014

    They come, and they bast in the sun, and rain, it is so difficult to get a green card if you are a Dominican,I can tell cus I have been thru the rig ma rool of this Bull—,If you are an american in Dominica there are many ways you can renew your visa , or passport without this people coming to Dominica. If they want to help the young , and old show them how to get thru the red tape, if you dont have a relative to file for you,which will take for ever, you you wont have a chanche getting a green card ,the Americans come mess with your ego, let you think they are doing the write thing, and you get old waiting for a visa or a green card, how ever if you are from soupy arabia your visa is oat ma tic, go ficor it out I have a friend who file for his green card thru his family he has waited so long that his has lost most of his toes , by the time the american is ready for him half of his body will be at the princess Margaret hospital,then he will be denied due health problem. ,

  2. Anonymous
    January 14, 2014

    Good idea. It would be nice to have a visit especially for visa purposes

  3. Sophie
    January 13, 2014

    This is done every year! Twice yearly the us consular visits Dominica and other islands to facilitate US citizens living abroad. Some of these statements are so uninformed and uneducated, Its apalling.

  4. January 12, 2014

    the U.S is simply saying STAY IN YOUR COUNTRY.

  5. Anonymous
    January 12, 2014

    This is a way for the U.S. personnel to have a vacation in Dominica, I don’t understand the purpose of this trip, it is a wast of time and U.S. tax dollars.

    • Anonymous
      January 13, 2014

      Its providing a service to its citizens..Its better than paying a ticket and hotel to Barbados.

    • bone
      January 13, 2014

      Read and understand. They are for services for immigrants!

  6. FiXiT
    January 11, 2014

    Is this really from the USA? I don’t think so.

    • lol
      January 12, 2014

      Duhhhh…the USA Embassy does this about twice a year. Thats the norm.

    • Ideall
      January 12, 2014

      well where is it from?

      • anonymous2
        January 13, 2014

        Probably Barbados.

  7. Dominica Crying
    January 11, 2014

    It would be a welcome gesture it the US Embassy could do the same for persons wishing to visit the US and is in need of a US Visitor’s Visa

    • Diaspora
      January 13, 2014

      Dominican crying I agree wit you. It is an additional cost to go to Barbados pay hotel taxi food and some times don’t even get the visa. This is so expensive.

      • some
        January 14, 2014

        And thats their point…to discourage so many of you from applying in the first place. lol!

    • some
      January 13, 2014

      Then if they do so, they will have to do same for all the other Caribbean islands!

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