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    Default Leaving the DR with a minor

    Up till now, when I've left the country on my own with my son a notarised letter from my husband has been enough. Now we need a permit from Migracion, which they retain when you go through passport control. If I'd known this I would have had it photocopied first.

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    Last Xmas I flew down with my daughter, and she flew back by herself.

    They stopped her in immigration and asked her some questions (I forgot to tell her that if they asked, she should say that she entered the country by herself). They wanted to detain her until she obtained the proper authorization (I'm not sure how that could be done, being that she and her passport were in the DR, and her mother and I were in the US).

    They finally relented and let her leave the country, after she paid a negotiated fee.

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    All are the helpful information.

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    This is a little off the subject but, is there a cheaper travel agency or better way to get a cheap ticket than these web sites and where can I look for the best package for traveling? take care, God bless
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    Default Airline Info Forum

    Check out the Airline Info section of this forum at
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    There people usually post airline specials. If you post your destination, readers can tell of their experience or knowledge of where to find the best fares. Especially, those people who fly frequently to a destination.

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    Minor children are now considered regulars on airplanes and in airports. While their presence is very much accepted and encouraged, there are special rules and regulations for traveling children that all parents should know before heading to the airport.

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    that's great . thanks for the info.

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    The information provided by you is very helpful for me. I am looking for travel and your post really helped me. Thank you very much for this informative post.

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    the US until 31 December 2006.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Hillbilly View Post
    Requisites for a minor

    1. Two copies of the first pages of the passport (Plus the passport itself)
    2. 2 copies of the birth certificate (Plus the Original)
    3. 2 copies of the Visa or Resident card ((Photo copies of both sides of the Resident card.
    4. 2 copies of both sides of the tourist card. (Plus the original)
    5. 2 copies of the last entry into the DR
    6. 2 photos 2 x 2, and two stamps of RD$30.00 for each minor
    7. If the minor is travelling on a Birth Certificate, 2 photocopies of each side of the BC.
    Hey Dude This type's advised is very useful for us. I think every point is important for a good and successful trip. Really great work by you.
    Thank you so much.

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