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    DR. combat medic is offline Newbie 510 points
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    Anyone know about transcripts

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    i went to the dominican consulate here to get my diploma and transcripts "legalizados" and they told me they dont do that anymore so i had to get it notarized then i had to send it to the florida department of state and they sent it back with some kind of certificate that says the notary was legite

    i just want to know if anyone else has done this and if they had any problems geting the "homologacion" at the secretaria de educacion

    thaks for all your help

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    Hey!..I guess we meet again?..

    Well when I went to PUCMM they told my parents I had to go back to my High School and get my transcript certified by the school, which is what they call "record de notas." Once you have both your original High School diploma and your transcript certified by the school you then take it to a Dominican Consulate, which they would then translate it into spanish. PUCCM and any other Dominican school only wants the translation to those two documents. I took my documets to the Dominican Consulate here in Times Squares and recieved it in four days and they charged US$160.00, US$80.00 for each document.

    Once this procedure is done you then have to take it to "La Secretaria Del Estado" over there in Santo Domingo "The Capital"...for some od reason they have to legalize it there as well and then we have to take it to the school you want to apply, which in our case is PUCMM...

    My mom called the admissions office at PUCMM and they affirmed her these same procedures...

    "La Secretaria Del Estado" will give you some kind of receipt once they have your translated documents in their hands. If for some od reason the papers are not done by the time our documents are to be handed in at the admissions office in PUCMM, you could take the receipt to the school and they would know your papers are in process in the Secretary of State Department...

    Remember!!..make copies of your original documents and the translated version the Dominican Consulate will give you as well!...

    Hope I helped!..If theres anything else I could help, keep me post it!...

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    Aleja is offline Newbie 510 points
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    hI!

    Also, if you dont reside in the country, you dont necessarily have to do it yourself. You can have a relative do it for you.

    Just a tip.

    Good luck!

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    Aleja is offline Newbie 510 points
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    Hope it helps!

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    The DR consulate in Los Angeles charges $135 for each document that they "legalize"! Ouch.

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