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    Default Countries that ALLOW DOMINICAN CITIZENS to EnTer as Tourist Visa Free/

    Countries that ALLOW DOMINICAN CITIZENS to EnTer as Tourist Visa Free/
    Paises que PERMITEN A CIUDANOS DOMINICANOS Entrar Sin Visa

    Uruguay
    Tunisia
    St Vincent/San Vincente
    SinGapore
    Seychelles
    Peru
    Phillipines/Filipinas
    Niue
    Montserrat
    Micronesia
    Malaysia
    Maldives
    Korea
    Israel
    Japan
    HongKong
    Dominica
    Ecuador
    Cook Islands
    Chile
    Colombia
    Bermuda
    Argentina


    VISA on ARRIVAL/Visa Disponible en Aeropuerto
    Zimbabwe
    Uganda
    Turkmenistan
    Tuvalu
    Tanzania
    Timor Leste
    Togo
    Solomon Islands
    Sao Tome
    Samoa
    Qatar
    Palau
    Moldova
    Mozambique
    Macao
    Madagascar
    Kazakstan
    Kiribati
    Kuwait
    Kyrgyzstan
    Laos
    Jordan
    Egypt
    Cuba
    Comores Islands
    Cambodia
    Bahrain
    Armeni

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    Of course many of these countries are unaccessible due to not being able to connect from SDQ to these end destinations without going through countries which require transit or tourist visas.

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    Who the hell wants to go to any of those places...well ok Argentina maybe to visit my family but the rest...Yeah right!

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    Default As I understand it

    The US no longer issues "Transit Visas"

    Is this true??

    HB

    Of course if you can afford to go to most of these countries ( The exception being Colombia and Peru), you can probably get a US visa anyway...

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    lSpeak for yourself! I am a lover of small islands and exotic places were ever they may be along the pacific or atlantic ocean.

    Quote Originally Posted by Toronto2inDR
    Who the hell wants to go to any of those places...well ok Argentina maybe to visit my family but the rest...Yeah right!

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    Not True Ricktoronto
    You could fly from DR to most Southamerican destination with Copaair via Panama city
    and to many of the african,middle eastern and Asian destination of the list Using airlines such as airfrance,Iberia, and any combanition if airlines via their european hubs
    Besides in most cases when transit visas are requiered they are usually much easier to obtain than regular visas

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    Quote Originally Posted by Toronto2inDR
    Who the hell wants to go to any of those places...well ok Argentina maybe to visit my family but the rest...Yeah right!
    Have you ever been in Punta del Este? (Uruguay) or Japan....???? I used to say the same thing about the DR and other small islands in the Caribean, but now my thinking is wayyy different. this planet is beautiful....but you'll never know until you get out more often and visit some other places..

    Regards,

    Jorge

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    What about Puerto Rico? Can't they go to Puerto Rico without a tourist visa?

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    Quote Originally Posted by PeachezNcream84
    What about Puerto Rico? Can't they go to Puerto Rico without a tourist visa?
    The answer is NO. Puerto Rico falls under U.S. jurisdiction. In order for
    Dominican citizens to travel there legally, they need a visa from the U.S.
    consulate.

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    Quote Originally Posted by LatinoRican
    The answer is NO. Puerto Rico falls under U.S. jurisdiction. In order for
    Dominican citizens to travel there legally, they need a visa from the U.S.
    consulate.
    Oh! Too bad..me and my finacee were thinking of taking a cruise there for our honeymoon. I guess we will just end up going to Punta Cana for a week instead.

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