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Receiving Consular Documents in the Dominican Republic

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My petition fo the k-1 visa was just approved and I am working on the DS-160 application. Since my fiance has never received mail in the dominican republic and since she doesn't have numbers on her house, how should the mailing address question be answered? Is there a way to get the equivalent of a "post office box"??

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3 minutes ago, Rob37 said:

My petition fo the k-1 visa was just approved and I am working on the DS-160 application. Since my fiance has never received mail in the dominican republic and since she doesn't have numbers on her house, how should the mailing address question be answered? Is there a way to get the equivalent of a "post office box"??

What address did you use on the petition?  Why do you want a po box now?


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I am the us citizen and I used my mailing address on the I-129F petition. My question is regarding the DS-160 visa application that my Domincan fiancee needs to complete. There is a question regarding her current residence and mailing address. My question relates to her mailing address in the dominican republic

 

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7 minutes ago, Rob37 said:

I am the us citizen and I used my mailing address on the I-129F petition. My question is regarding the DS-160 visa application that my Domincan fiancee needs to complete. There is a question regarding her current residence and mailing address. My question relates to her mailing address in the dominican republic

 

The alien fiancee's address was supplied on tbe petition., what did you put?  For the ds160 I just put how she describes for pizza drivers  or couriers to deliver something to her.  It consisted of a street name, housing development,  neighborhood,  and city and province and most importantly a phone number 

 

Does DR even send anything by post?  Most likely email 

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In the DR they don’t have a mail system like the US. If you send something they have to pick it up from postal places. 

 

However, they do have locations for the houses. Sections, neighborhoods, streets, etc. immigration will need to know this in order to move forward. They will need to know what areas your fiancé lives or have lived. PO Boxes are not gonna cut it.

 

Have her give you the area and street names. Sometimes the houses have names instead of numbers . Use that.

 

But you will need her to get this important info.


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