Consulate of Dominican Republic New York



The Consulate of the Dominican Republic in New York

The Consulate of the Dominican Republic in New York is a diplomatic mission of the Dominican Republic to promote trade, tourism, and cultural relations with the United States. The Consulate was opened in November 1979 by President Joaquin Beleaguer. The Consulate promotes trade between our two countries through various activities such as organizing business meetings that bring together American and Dominican entrepreneurs. It also assists with work permits for Americans that are living or working here in order for them to be able to come back to visit their families.


Services offered by the consulate

The Consulate of the Dominican Republic in New York offers a variety of services to its nationals and those residing in New York.

Services offered by the Consulate:

  • Passport and ID renewal;
  • Nationality, citizenship and consumerization;
  • Birth certificates issuance;
  • Marriage certificates issuance;
  • Divorce certificates issuance;
  • Death certificates issuance;
  • Legalized documents (apostles) certification.


Visa requirements

The following are the visa requirements:

  • A valid passport with at least 6 months validity left before expiration date;
  • One application form (available online) filled out in English;
  • Two recent photos taken against a white backdrop;
  • A copy of round trip flight itinerary.




Passport renewal

In order to renew your passport you can visit our website:



Contact information for the Consulate

Address: 222 East 71st Street, New York Phone: (212) 772-5600 Fax: (212) 772-1636