Philadelphia, PA: The Dominican Consul General in Pennsylvania, Alexis Henríquez, announced on the afternoon of this Friday, June 16, that with the arrival of a significant number of passport books last Monday, the staff of that delegation worked overtime to comply with delayed deliveries, a process that has already been completed successfully, so the consulate can now continue issuing new passports to Dominicans who need them.
“We know how important it is for our fellow citizens to acquire their new passports and based on this, we have redoubled all the efforts of our staff, firstly so that the notebooks reach our delegation and secondly, so that in record time the notebooks can be issued who were on the waiting list and once we completed that process, we are now ready to meet the high demand that exists in the state of Pennsylvania, a region that is experiencing exacerbated growth in the Dominican community.” Said the consul, Alexis Henríquez.
Recently, the General Directorate of Passports has had to deal with delays in the delivery of the new document booklets, which has resulted in traffic jams, not only abroad but also in the offices nationwide in the Dominican Republic. However, the problem has been resolved in Pennsylvania, thanks to the excellent administrative management carried out by Consul Alexis Henríquez, who has taught organization and management.
To make an appointment at the Dominican Consulate of Pennsylvania with a seat in Philadelphia, visit it at 1500 John F Kennedy Blvd. 2 Penn Center Suite 250. Tel 215 -203-7220, and for greater accessibility, they also have offices open at the heart of the community, at 3528 I Street. Philadelphia, PA. 19134. In Harrewgate Square. Phone: 215-203-7220.