VOLUNTARY DEPARTURES

Individuals who have left the United States by Voluntary Departure and need an immigration officer to sign their voluntary departure form may come to the Consular Section in Tegucigalpa without an appointment (the same entrance used by visa applicants), on Monday from 1:00 p.m. You will be assisted in order of arrival. 

DOCUMENTS REQUIRED FOR THIS PROCESS:

  1. Exit Document:

Original and copy of the form that was given to you by the Department of Homeland Security (DHS) or Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE) at the time of your departure from the United States:

  • I-392 Notification of Departure of Alien (Bonded).
  • I-294 Warrant of deportation.
  • G-146 Voluntary departure form.
  • I-210 Voluntary departure and exit verification.
  1. Proof of travel dates:

Original and copy of the flight ticket or boarding pass of your flight departing the United States. If you do not have a boarding pass, you can print the email you received when you bought the ticket. If you cannot obtain either of these 2 documents, you must request a “Certificate of Migratory Movements” at the National Institute of Migration showing the date of entry to Honduras and matching the one in your passport). 

  1. Honduran passport you used to enter and exit the United States:

Two (2) photocopies of each of the following passport pages:

  • Biographical page.
  • Page that contains the stamp and signature from the time of entry to Honduras. It must match with the air ticket or boarding pass.
  1. Identity card: original and copy.
  1. Birth Certificate: In the event that a minor needs a voluntary departure stamp, the father or mother must present an original birth certificate issued by the National Registry of Persons (RNP). The presence of the minor in the Consulate is not required.  

PLEASE NOTE THAT:

  • There is no cost for this service.
  • You must come in person to the Consular Section in Tegucigalpa.
  • This interview is NOT to request a visa; it is only to come before an authority of the United States to verify your presence in Honduras.
  • As part of this process, a signed and stamped copy of the documents submitted to the Consular Section will be returned to you.
  • At the time of your interview, the Immigration Officer will explain the remainder of the process.
  • If you do not have any of the aforementioned documents or have questions about your specific case, please contact the DHS office in Tegucigalpa at Tel: 2236-9320 / 2238-5114 from 9:00 a.m. to 11:00 a.m.
  • Our offices are closed to the public on Honduran and American holidays.