New headquarters and service for the issuance and delivery of the DUI in Dallas, Texas

The event was chaired by the Deputy Minister of Diaspora and Human Mobility, Cindy Mariella Portal; the president of the RNPN, Fernando Velasco and the Consul General of El Salvador in Dallas, Milton Chinchilla. (Photos courtesy of the Ministry of Foreign Affairs)

Editorial Dept. Voz de la Diaspora

U.S – The Government of El Salvador, through the National Registry of Natural Persons (RNPN) and in conjunction with the Ministry of Foreign Affairs, inaugurated the headquarters and the immediate delivery service of the DUI in Dallas, Texas.

“This is a project to adapt and improve the consulates of El Salvador abroad to deliver this important document, with our sights set on improving the care we provide to our fellow citizens”, Vice Minister Cindy Portal said.

Similarly, highlighted that the 80 thousand Salvadorans residing in Dallas will be able to verify the agility in the procedure. “It will be a significant delivery time reduction. We will go from taking between 15 a 20 days, to be able to give the DUI in half an hour or forty-five minutes”, he added.

The project of the modality of immediate delivery of the DUI abroad will be extended to other consular headquarters in the United States. Currently already working in Woodbridge, Virginia; Silver Spring, Maryland; and in Los Angeles, California.

in the coming months, Salvadorans residing in Melbourne, Australia, and in Milan, Italy, they will also be able to obtain this document that will allow them to identify themselves with the local authorities, carry out banking procedures, be a beneficiary of services from the Salvadoran Institute of Social Security, among others.

The authorities announced that in order to meet this historic debt, it is planned to issue 1.5 million DUIs within a period of 18 months, a goal that will break schemes regarding the attention of the diaspora.

To request the DUI, Salvadorans can schedule this service through, Likewise, You can request more information at the Virtual Consulate, calling: 1 888 301 1130. You can also make your inquiries through WhatsApp at (503) 7070-1071.