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Honorary Consulate

As a representative of the Government of Honduras; the Honorary Consulate of Honduras in Haiti is required to ensure the following Consular Protection Services to all Honduran Citizens in Haiti without delay, at any time, and at no cost, regardless of immigration status:

  • Repatriation of deceased Hondurans
  • Repatriation of gravely sick, injured or maimed Hondurans
  • Aid to Honduran victims of human trafficking
  • Aid to Adults and children in vulnerable conditions
  • Aid to Honduran citizens in established calamity conditions
  • Aid to Honduran immigration detainees and victims of deportee cases
  • Aid to Honduran criminal suspects duly accompanied by the relevant judicial processes
  • Special assistance to Honduras in whose cases the prosecution has sought the death penalty or life imprisonment and are already sentenced to such penalties
  • Adoption processes of children
  • Aid to Honduran citizens whom are victims of human rights violations
  • Visits to immigration detention centers and prisons where they are detained Hondurans

For services such as passports, registrations, and certifications; citizens should make an appointment with the nearest embassy through the official consular services website of the Ministry of Foreign Relations of Honduras: www.citaconsular.com

For questions or requests in regards to citizen services please email the honorary consulate at: citizen@honduras.ht

Emergency

In the case of an emergency please email the honorary consulate at: emergency@honduras.ht

Medical Doctor

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Veterinarian

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Embassy of Honduras in the Dominican Republic

Embassy of Honduras in the Dominican Republic
Calle Manolo Tavárez Justo No.14

Santo Domingo, Dominican Republic
+1 (809) 482-7992
embhnrd@gmail.com

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Funeral Service

Criminal Defense Lawyer

Travel

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In the case of a medical emergency in the Nord, Nord-Est, or Nord-Ouest departments of Haiti; Santiago De Los Caballeros in the Dominican Republic is also an option. In this case, the Honorary Consulate should be notified in order to coordinate with the Embassy of Honduras in the Dominican Republic.

Citizen Registration

In order for the Honorary Consulate and its supervisory embassy to better serve Honduran citizens in Haiti, we advise all citizens to register upon entering Haiti. To register, please fill out and submit the electronic form below.

A form may also be downloaded under the “forms” menu bar to be filled out and sent via email to citizen@honduras.ht or physically delivered to the Honorary Consulate during operating hours.

    All fields marked with an asterisk (*) are required

    First name*

    Last name*

    Date of birth*

    Civil status*

    Spouse name (if applicable)

    Passport number*

    Date of issue*

    Expiration date*

    Mobile telephone number*

    Home telephone number

    Email address*

    Copy of Passport* (jpg, png, pdf)

    Address in Haiti*

    First and last name of children (if applicable)

    Reason for stay in Haiti*

    Family contact information in Honduras*

    Passport

    All passport requests must be processed by an embassy. In order to make an appointment please do so through the official consular services website of the Ministry of Foreign Relations of Honduras: www.citaconsular.com

    1. A passport-size photograph;
    2. The passport has expired or is about to expire;
    3. Identity Card;
    4. If the applicant is not in possession of his identity card, we will check the identity and nationality that is found in the database of the National Registry of Persons; if the person cannot be found in the Registry, we will send a search request to the Directorate General of Consular Affairs. We will have to wait until we get a response in order to proceed. If the applicant is a female and would like to be included with her married name (as a third name), she must bring the Marriage Certificate to prove the legality of the marriage. If you were never in possession of an identity card, you must show a valid photo ID (driver’s license, social security card).
    5. You should provide a stamped addressed envelope for the return of documents.
    6. Photocopy of proof of payment.
    7. You should send a scanned copy of these documents, one week prior to the visit.
    8. This procedure must be done in person at the Consular Section office in an embassy.

    Once you have fulfilled the requirements and you have received a positive response from the General Directorate of Consular Affairs, only then should you make the payment.

    In case of loss of passport, you must also bring the police report.

    Valid Identity card: A valid identity card is one that has been issued after the National Identification Process 1996. The identity card is a mandatory personal identification document so that citizens can perform any administrative act, in addition to obtaining other accompanying documents.

    Article 40 of the Constitution of the Republic establishes one of the duties of the citizen to “Obtain his identity card”.

    Note: There will be no changes to old passports or renewal applications; a new one will be issued. The duration of the procedure is from 8 to 10 weeks. The passport can be collected by the applicant or by an authorized person.

    Underage Applicants (5 years):

    1. Passport photograph
    2. Original Birth Certificate.
    3. Both parents must come and present their identification documents. (Identity card, passport, etc.)
    4. Photocopy of proof of payment.
    5. This procedure must be done in person at the office of the Consular Section in an embassy.

    In the case that the parents are not present, the applicants must have an official Authorization from their parents (done by a notary) and file a copy of the parent’s passports. In the event that one of the parents has died, the applicant must submit an original copy of the death certificate issued by the appropriate authority.

    Letter of Safe Passage:

    1. Personal documents: Identity card, birth certificate or expired passport; (an official document with photo ID must be presented)
    2. Two passport size photos.
    3. Copy of flight itinerary or copy of air ticket;
    4. Photocopy of payment receipt.
    5. This process should be done in person at the office of the Consular Section in an embassy.

    A letter of safe-passage is a travel document that extends only to Honduran people living abroad without their passport and is only valid to return to Honduras. It loses its validity upon arrival in Honduras and is only extended under special circumstances.

    In the case of an expired passport, a letter of safe passage is needed. An appointment will need to be scheduled with the Embassy of Honduras in the Dominican Republic through the official consular services website: www.citaconsular.com. In order to travel to the Dominican Republic, permission from the consulate of the Dominican Republic in Haiti is required before travelling. Once the letter of safe passage is issued, you must travel from the Dominican Republic to Honduras within one month.

    Exception: according to the legal regulation 26/90, naturalized Hondurans require previous authorization from the General Direction of Consular issues of the Secretary of External Relations of Honduras.

    Registrations

    All registration requests must be processed by an embassy. In order to make an appointment please do so through the official consular services website of the Ministry of Foreign Relations of Honduras: www.citaconsular.com.

    Living Proof

    Documents to be submitted to an embassy:

    1. Completed application
    2. Valid passport
    3. Identity card or birth certificate.
    4. Address and telephone
    5. Reason for applying for the certificate.
    6. Two passport photos.
    7. Proof of payment
    8. This procedure takes place personally in the consular department in an Embassy.

    Birth Registration

    1. Original birth certificate of the minor
    2. Translation of the birth certificate to the Spanish language
    3. Two photos of the minor
    4. Personal documents of the parents
    5. Copy of payment receipt
    6. This procedure takes place personally in the consular department of an embassy.

    Marriage Registration

    1. Marriage certificate (original with Apostille)
    2. Translation of the note to the Spanish language
    3. Photocopy of the applicant’s personal documents (identity card or passport)
    4. Copy of payment receipt
    5. Envelope with postage, registered and address of the applicant for the return.

    Divorce Registration

    1. Divorce certificate (original with Apostille)
    2. Translation of the certificate into the Spanish language
    3. Photocopy of the applicant’s personal documents
    4. Copy of payment receipt
    5. Envelope with postage, registered and address of the applicant for the return.*

    * The embassy does not accept responsibility for lost mail

    To make the necessary verification of documents, please send a scan of all your documents and send them to the honorary consulate at: citizen@honduras.ht

    Credentials

    All credential requests must be processed by an embassy. In order to make an appointment please do so through the official consular services website of the Ministry of Foreign Relations of Honduras: www.citaconsular.com.

    Authentication of Documents:

    1. Original document to be authenticated;
    2. A complete and accurate photocopy of the document;
    3. A photocopy of the bank transfer receipt;
    4. A stamped, addressed envelope for the return of documents.

    The authentication will take the form of an official signature from Haitian authorities.

    Certificate of no Impediment:

    1. Original Birth Certification.
    2. Photocopy of the applicant’s personal documents.
    3. A stamped, addressed envelope for the return of documents.*
    4. Photocopy of the payment receipt.

    General or Special Power of Attorney:

    1. Original documents belonging to the person granting power of attorney.
    2. Photocopies of the personal documents belonging to the person who is being granted power of attorney.
    3. A draft of the text for the power of attorney, which should contain the following information:
    4. The full name of the person who is being granted the general or special power of attorney, in addition to their personal details: nationality, marriage status, and address.
    5. If power of attorney is being granted to a legal professional, their professional ID number and the address of the firm for whom they work is also required.
    6. The reason power of attorney is needed.
    7. A photocopy of the payment receipt.
    8. This must be done in person at the consular office in an embassy.

    * The embassy does not accept responsibility for lost post.

    To make the necessary verification of documents, please send a scan of all your documents and send them to the honorary consulate at: citizen@honduras.ht