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New York.-  President Danilo Medina has instructed the Consulate to take the various consular services to the homes of disabled, ill and elderly Dominicans in the city, free of charge.

Luis Lithgow, local Literacy Plan Board chairman made the announcement during the recent Student Merit Awards in which 300 outstanding scholars will send one representative who’ll be received by Medina in the news few days.

Lithgow said he has asked vice consul Tamayo Tejada, head of the Visa Protection and Immigration Advice Dept., to expedite the President’s instructions.  

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Written by: Pedrin, 3 Jul 2014 11:37 AM
From: United States
Sounds like a new way to hit people up for bribes . " Dame lo que pueda" was the way the last DR consulate official I dealt with in NY put it to me. That experience spurred me to get off my butt and apply for US citizenship .
Written by: Pedrin, 3 Jul 2014 12:49 PM
From: United States
Sounds like a new way to hit people up for bribes . To quote the last Dominican consulate official I dealt with ..." dame lo que puedes " . Yes, I am quite cynical when it comes to dealing with Dominican government officials .
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