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    Default Countries Dominicans May Enter Visa Free + more info

    Countries Dominican Citizens could Visit Visa Free/Paises que Ciudadanos Dominicanos pueden Visitir Sin Visa

    Visa Free 90 days or less/Visitas Hasta 90 Dias
    Botswana
    Colombia
    Ecuador
    Israel
    Japan
    Korea
    Kosovo
    Malaysia (60 days)
    Montserrat
    Nicaragua
    Trinidad
    Tobago
    Uruguay

    Visa Free 30 days or less/Visitas Hasta 30 dias
    Cook Islands
    Hong Kong
    Maldives
    Micronesia
    Montenegro (7days)
    Niue
    Philippines (21days)
    Seychelles
    Singapore

    Visa on Arrival/Visas en el Aeropuerto(cost of Visa In US dollars/Costo en Dolares Americanos)
    Armenia $50
    Azerbaijan $100
    Bangladesh $50
    Bolivia $51
    Cambodia $20
    Central African Republic $50

    Cuba -buy travel medical insurance and pay a feed at the consulate to get the permit to enter to Cuba.

    Djibouti $65
    Egypt $15
    Georgia $30
    Iran (Must Get Approval Online www.mfa.gov.irere)
    Jordan $15
    Kenya $50
    Laos $30
    Lebanon
    Macao $12
    Madagascar $75
    Mozambique$25
    Nepal $25
    Palau Islands $50
    Samoa
    Solomon Islands
    Tanzania $50
    Togo $25
    Turkey - Dominicans have to apply for e-visa online now-
    UGanda $50
    Zambia $50
    Zimbabwe $30

    Visa Free with US & Canadian Permanent resident Cards/Sin Visa cuando tiene Tarjeta de Residencia de Estados Unidos O Canada (Countries with a ** a Valid US,Canadian,European Visa would be enough to Enter Visa Free)
    Aruba
    Bahamas
    Bonaire
    Canada
    Cayman Islands
    Costa Rica**
    Curacao
    Jamaica
    Mexico
    Panama**
    Turks & Caicos**
    British Virgin Islands

    Visa Free when Holding a Valid Resident Permit for one of the Shenghen European Countires/Sin Visa cuando tiene Una Tarjeta de Residencia Para algun Pais Europeo Schenghen(Countries with a ** a Valid US,Canadian,European Visa would be enough to Enter Visa Free)
    Austria,
    Aruba
    Belgium,
    Bonaire
    Czech Republic
    Costa Rica**
    Curacao
    Denmark,
    Estonia,
    Finland,
    France,
    Germany,
    Greece,
    Hungary,
    Iceland,
    Italy,
    Latvia,
    Lithuania,
    Luxembourg,
    Malta,
    Mexico
    Netherlands,
    Norway,
    Panama**
    Poland,
    Portugal,
    Slovak Rep,
    Slovenia,
    Spain,
    Sweden
    Switzerland
    Turks & Caicos**

    FYI all this Information is updated as often as possible but as things rapidly change I highly suggest Contacting respective Consulates/Airlines before Travel
    Last edited by AnnaC; 06-23-2014 at 05:33 PM.

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    Visa Update
    Dominican Citizens will Once again Need Advance Visas For Guatemala,Honduras,Nicaragua & El Salvador

    This New Rule does NOT apply to Dominican Citizens who Hold Valid Visas or Permanent Resident Cards For the USA,Canada or European Countries who may still enter these countries up to 90 days upon Presentation of their Valid Visa or Permanent Resident card.

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    Quote Originally Posted by bachata View Post
    I do have a PR valid until 2018, NVC mail it to me two weeks after my arrival in the US.
    Now, what is Schengen visa?

    JJ
    Read these three website, they are very informative.

    Schengen Visa

    Schengen Area - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

    Schengen Agreement - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

    Read these three website, they are very informative.

    And as you are in the U.S. you should know about the country that the U.S. allows its citizens to enter the U.S. without a visa. It calls the Visa Waiver Program:

    Visa Waiver Program - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

    Frequently Asked Questions about the Visa Waiver Program (VWP) and the Electronic System for Travel Authorization (ESTA) - CBP.gov


    Always good to know

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    Quote Originally Posted by AnnaC View Post
    A visitor visa to the US is just that and not valid for other countries. But it might help in obtaining another country's visitor visa if the person has a travel history which shows they returned to the DR every time they travel.
    AnnaC: I certainly understand that. My question was related to a statement in an earlier post that a "US visa" was all that was required for some of the countries. Perhaps they meant US RESIDENCY and not just any old Visa since there are many types of US visas. That was why I asked the question the way I asked it. (My wife had a residency visa, but since we did not live there we had to "trade it in" for a 10 year visitor's visa.)

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    Quote Originally Posted by waytogo View Post
    Is this currently in effect and does anyone have a link to substantiate this.......

    B in Santiago

    Guatemala Visa: Application, Requirements. Apply for Guatemalan Visas Online.

    According the above link visas are required however I'm not sure how accurate it is.

    Here is the contact info for the embassy in Santo Domingo:

    Embassy of Guatemala in Santo Domingo, Dominican Republic - Calle Santiago 359, Gazcue, Santo Domingo, Dominican Republic Tel.: (809) 6895614, 6895327, Fax: (809) 6895146
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    Quote Originally Posted by waytogo View Post
    Is this currently in effect and does anyone have a link to substantiate this.......

    B in Santiago
    National Dominican Rep. (DO) /Destination Guatemala (GT)


    Guatemala (GT)



    Passport required.
    - Passport and/or passport replacing documents must be valid
    for the period of the intended stay.

    Visa required, except for A max. stay of 90 days for holders
    of a valid visa for Canada, the USA or a Schengen Member State
    TIRGL/SCHN.
    Additional Information:

    - Admission and transit refused to deportees of non-Guatemalan
    nationality.

    - Visitors may be asked to provide proof of an onward/return
    ticket.

    - If required, the consul issuing the visa will advise
    visitors For details, click here
    Warning:
    - Non-compliance with the entry or transit regulations will

    result in deportation of passenger at carrier's expense and

    fines of USD 1,000.- per passenger for transporting airline.


    CHECK TINEWS/N1 - COTE D'IVOIRE: VISAS ISSUED IN PARIS,
    FRANCE



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    No John, they still need a Visa.

    National Dominican Rep. (DO) /Destination Panama (PA)

    Panama (PA)


    Passport required.
    - Passport and/or passport replacing documents must be valid
    at least three months beyond date of arrival.
    - Warning: if departing from the USA (regardless of any
    destination passport exemptions), a valid passport and/or
    accepted departure document TIRULES/R9 is required by the
    US immigration authorities.

    Visa required, except for A max. stay of 30 days for holders
    of a valid visa for Andorra, Australia, Canada, Iceland,
    Monaco, Liechtenstein, Norway, San Marino, Switzerland, USA or
    a EU Member State TIRGL/EEU , provided having used the visa
    and traveling as tourist.
    Minors:
    - Passengers under 18 years of age, being nationals of Panama,
    legal residents of Panama or being born in Panama, can leave
    from Panama if : For details, click here
    Warning:
    - Visitors not holding return/onward tickets could be refused
    entry.

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    Default Countries that are "easy" for a dominican to get a visa

    I think a useful addition to this thread or maybe a separate thread would be a list or discussion of which countries Dominicans can obtain a visa to fairly easily without having a US, Canadian or European passport visa.

    For example I have taken my Fiance to Brasil twice and we were able to get the visa fairly easily. Bank letter, afidavit from me that I would pay all expenses etc.

    We did the same for Mexico this year.

    I am thinking about a trip to another island in jan or feb. Trinidad and Tobago is one choice but would need to see how she can travel there by air.

    I think Curacao and Aruba are relatively easy to obtain.

    Montserrat doesn't require one but it appears flying through Antugua is the only way to get there. If a visa to Antigua is obtainable maybe we spend a few days on each Island and take the ferry etc.

    I'd love to go back to Barbados and take the GF, but no consulate for Barbados in DR.

    Jamaica would be cool as well, but getting there appears complicated.

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    we travelled via panama few days ago, no one asked for a visa. mind you, miesposo has a valid american visa - apparently that is enough...

    a question: how would a domincan go about getting a visa to travel to india?

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