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Thread: Where Do You Find The Overstay Chart

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    Can somebody cue the Benny Hill theme music? Because here we go again.

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    Quote Originally Posted by VJS View Post
    This "New" is about 3 years old now. Who did the percentages - a DR math teacher?
    This is the chart that they quoted my son. And it was exactly what he paid (4 months= $4000). So whether it be 3 years old or more this is what we paid approx. 4 weeks ago. As for the math...no clue

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    I can still come and go on the regulachion visa free for anouther 9 mounths. How knows what well happen after that with this thing I got in my Passport . Probably just expire and that well be the end of that whole joke of a operathion.

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    Quote Originally Posted by keepcoming View Post
    This is the chart that they quoted my son. And it was exactly what he paid (4 months= $4000). So whether it be 3 years old or more this is what we paid approx. 4 weeks ago. As for the math...no clue
    RD$11,000 paid at SDQ in December-2016 for a 35 month stay.

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    Quote Originally Posted by CAPAMERICA View Post
    Well thanks for the news ..... I will come a rescue you when you are in jail ... with my capamerica status ----------in RD


    I have had a Dominican Passport for 13 years pal.

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    This overstay chart is the big difference between most Haitians and Venezuelans. *The Venezuelans fly in and go through immigration like all other non residents, while most Haitians do not. *The same way jimmythegreek stayed 3 years, so can the Venezuelans. *Of course, like the rest of non-residents, they can't work legally. *

    IMO, as long as the overstay chart exists, no one has to worry about deportation, unless they entered illegally*




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    Quote Originally Posted by sanpedrogringo View Post
    Can somebody cue the Benny Hill theme music? Because here we go again.


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    Quote Originally Posted by jimmythegreek View Post
    RD$11,000 paid at SDQ in December-2016 for a 35 month stay.
    And to think you weren't rounded up in the middle of the night, or snatched off the beach, or out of a colmado, or off a bar stool somewhere by the Immigration Commandos. Who knew?

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    Quote Originally Posted by AlterEgo View Post
    This overstay chart is the big difference between most Haitians and Venezuelans. *The Venezuelans fly in and go through immigration like all other non residents, while most Haitians do not. *The same way jimmythegreek stayed 3 years, so can the Venezuelans. *Of course, like the rest of non-residents, they can't work legally. *

    IMO, as long as the overstay chart exists, no one has to worry about deportation, unless they entered illegally*
    Amen. A voice of reason to a topic that makes many posters shake in fear or worse inflate the truth. I really wonder if many posters have ever had any type of contact with Dominicans before they touched Dominican soil? Many questions and fears, as well as legitimate concerns would have been easily eliminated.

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    Quote Originally Posted by sanpedrogringo View Post
    And to think you weren't rounded up in the middle of the night, or snatched off the beach, or out of a colmado, or off a bar stool somewhere by the Immigration Commandos. Who knew?
    Heck, there wasn't even any questioning about it going through immigration at the airport-the only request was go to the cashier and pay the $RD11,000 and come back to the desk with the receipt and on your way to the gate-end of story.-have a nice day.

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