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Dominican Republic - Replace a Damaged Passport

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Procedure[edit]

  1. Fill in and submit the application form along with all other required documents.
  2. Pay appropriate fee.


Note:

  • In case a consular office has no passport printing equipment, another consular office may print the passport, which means it will take a much longer time for the passport to be issued and the applicant assuming the cost of postage and shipment of the document.
  • For minors, application must be submitted by their parents or legal guardian.



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Required Documents[edit]

  • Damaged passport book
  • Impaired Affidavit Passport
  • Birth certificate legalized by the Central Electoral Board of the Dominican Republic.
  • Recent photograph sized 4 x 5 inches, colored with white background, without shadow, in the face without earrings, no piercing, no chain, no smile, no gesture, hair backwards, with ears and forehead uncovered, without flequito and taken up close
  • Dominican Electoral Identity Card

Note:

  • Some consular offices may have a photography service available. It will be advisable for you to inquire first before going to the consular office.



Office Locations & Contacts[edit]

Ministerio de Relaciones Exteriores

Avenida Independencia No.752

Estancia San Gernimo, Distrito Nacional,

Capital de la Repblica Dominicana.

Contact Numbers

  • Central: 809.987.7001 / 535.6280
  • RAI: 809.987.7019
  • Legalization: 809.987.7638
  • Consular: 809.987.7624
  • RH: 809.987.7027
  • Financial: 809.987.7111
  • Administrative: 809.987.7089
  • Protocol: 809.987.7031

For consular offices abroad

Email: [email protected]

MIREX website



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Eligibility[edit]

Every Dominican citizen has the right to request for a new passport book when the current book is impaired, such as when pages are torn or missing, unreadable or altered information, or any other form of detoriation.



Fees[edit]

Application fee: 60.00

The amount payable is in U.S. dollars (USD), in European areas it will be EUROS or in the currency of the country where the Consular Office is.

The amount of application fee varies, depending on the cost of living in the city where the Consular Office is located.



Validity[edit]

Biometric Passports are valid for six (6) years.



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Processing Time[edit]

Processing time may take about 3 to 10 working days from the time the request was received.



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Instructions[edit]

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1. Date of Birth.
2. City or County of Birth.



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Need for the Document[edit]

A passport is a document, issued by the national government. It certifies the identity and nationality of the holder for travel abroad. It contains information about the holder; like name, gender, date and place of birth.

This document does not in itself entitle the passport holder entry into another country, nor consular protection while abroad nor any other privileges. However, it does normally allows the passport holder to return to the country where the passport was issued. Rights to consular protection arises from international treaties, while the holder's return to the issuing country depends on the laws prevailing in that country.

Following are procedures on how to replace a damaged passport.



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Other uses of the Document/Certificate[edit]

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e.g. Birth Certificate can be used as proof of identity.



External Links[edit]

  • Consular services portal of the Dominican Republic:
http://consuladord.com/contenidos.aspx?cid=20&lang=ES



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