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Thread: Entering DR with a criminal record

  1. #181
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    Quote Originally Posted by SKY View Post
    Same thing happened to a friend of mine. He was on the exclusion list for some years, then removed. He had documents to prove this and still was sent back.


    He hired a good Dominican attorney and got it straightened out. He comes here all the time now with no problems.
    as for Local Records there is a Office in St Dgo, where you show your Proof that a record has to be removed.

    Mike

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    Mr. Gorilla, You're asking for help on the wrong forum, Go to the legal forum.

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    Hey, looking for info on my circumstance.

    have a record in Canada. Recently finished sentence for fraud over $5,000.

    Have permission to travel and have my passport back. I've heard mixed answers about DR and whether Canada is sharing info.

    Anyone with greater insight?

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    Unless someone fingered you directly to the DR government and you are on a no entry list you will have no problems entering. People with criminal records are coming and going here every day.

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    LOL, had nothing to do with the DR. Canada only. No clue whether I would be on a no entry list.

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    Fruadsters have a tendency to end up with hands tied in the dumpster here..

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    A few years ago i was convicted of driving while impaired and placed on probation. I had been coming to the DR for almost 10yrs and I was heart broken when told while on probation you have to get permission from a judge to leave the country. I must have made 4 trips during those 8months I was on probation. I was however legal as I did get permission and had a letter of such in my possession. The letter was more for returning thru american customs as I would have been arrested for parole violation.

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