U.S.-BANCO POPULAR VISA ACCORD.
The Banco Popular Dominicano has signed an agreement with the U.S.
Government allowing Dominicans Dominicans (dəmĭn`ĭkənz), Roman Catholic religious order, founded by St. Dominic in 1216, officially named the Order of Preachers (O.P.). Although they began locally in evangelizing the Albigenses, before St. to apply for visa appointments and make
payments for tourist visas at the 104 Banco Popular branches located
throughout the country, reports DR1 Daily News (June June: see month. 21, 2000). The
agreement will make life much easier for thousands in the Dominican
Republic Dominican Republic (dəmĭn`ĭkən), republic (2005 est. pop. 8,950,000), 18,700 sq mi (48,442 sq km), West Indies, on the eastern two thirds of the island of Hispaniola. The capital and largest city is Santo Domingo. , especially those that live in interior cities and towns. The
Department of Non-Immigrant Visas of the U.S. Consulate Consulate, 1799–1804, in French history, form of government established after the coup of 18 Brumaire (Nov. 9–10, 1799), which ended the Directory. handles 110,000
tourist and non-immigrant visa requests a year. Details at website: