here is her email to me
Below, please find a list of the documents you would need to send to us to
be translated and legalized by the Dominican Consulate:
- Original and one copy of Single Status Affidavit, notarized
(Bride and Groom).
- Two photocopies of birth certificate (Bride and Groom).
- One photocopy of passport or drivers license (Bride and Groom).
- If previously married, two copies of divorce decree.
- Money order payable to “DOMINICAN CONSULATE” for the
- Self stamped/addressed envelope or prepaid courrier (FEDEX, DHL,
UPS, etc.) for the return of the documentation.
- Name of resort/hotel where the wedding will be celebrated, date
of the wedding, name of Wedding Coordinator.
IF PARENTS NAMES ARE NOT SHOWN ON THE BIRTH CERTIFICATES, PLEASE INDICATE
THEM SEPARATELY FOR US.
now this is her email she sent when i asked her about the canadian office
You can send your documents to us in January and we’ll have your documents
ready and back to you in about 10 business days.
Charges are the same, US$145.00 per person for the translation and
Consular legalization of Birth Certificate and the notarized Single
Status Affidavit. There is an additional charge of US$110.00 each, if
previously married, for the translation and issuance of the Divorce or
Death Certificate. Any additional document needing
translation/legalization, like Certificate of Adoption, Parental
Authorization and-or Authorization to Travel (minors), etc., is charged at
US$75.00 each. Fees are payable by Money Order. Documents will be ready
and mailed back in less than seven working days. Kindly include a self
stamped/addressed envelope. Should you use a courrier (we recommend FEDEX
or DHL), which we strongly suggest, please include a prepaid airwaybill
for us to return the documentation. If a prepaid courrier can not be
obtained, add US$28.00 to your total and documents will be sent back to
you by Federal Express or similar.
Have a wondeful Holiday Season and a very happy healthy 2007!