Embassies and Consulates on Dominica

Many travelers can find representatives from their home country while traveling abroad


Before you set out on your vacation to the stunning Caribbean island of Dominica, you may have a few questions about your upcoming trip. Vacationers can find friendly people with helpful answers to their questions at embassy or consulate offices for the country of Dominica. The informed staff members can also assist with any problems that could arise before and during a vacation.

In the United States, there are several consulate offices representing the island of Dominica that vacationers can contact prior to leaving home:

Representation in the U.S. Contact Info
Ambassador: Swinburne Lestrade 3216 New Mexico Ave., NW
Washington, DC 20016
202-364-6791 (Fax)
Consulate(s) General 800 Second Avenue, Suite 400H
New York, NY 10017

While you're on the island of Dominica, you can contact the embassy and consulate offices for your home country, most of which are located in Roseau, Dominica's capital.

Embassy Country Location Telephone Number
Chinese Embassy Pager
Roseau, Dominica
Embassy of The Republic of China Ceckhall
Roseau, Dominica
Embassy of Venezuela 20 Bath Road
Roseau, Dominica
French Consul 3 Victoria Street
Roseau, Dominica
Sweden Honorary Consul Old St. Box 771
Roseau, Dominica

The chief of mission for Dominica is Ambassador Nicholas J. O. Liverpool, who can be reached through the U.S. consulate office located in Washington. Citizens of the United States will find the Dominica consulate office located in Bridgetown, Barbados, at the Canadian Imperial Bank of Commerce Building on Broad Street. You can contact the office at telephone number 246-436-4950.

Embassy and consulates are there to help answer questions and address concerns about travel or security. The staff can also assist in case you encounter any problems while visiting Dominica. Embassies and consulates are where you can find familiar faces while visiting a foreign country. Many vacationers find it comforting that there is a representative from their own country at an embassy or consulate office on the island of Dominica.


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