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    Default GEt ready for some BIG NEWS: Residence News

    I just received a call from my friend in Santo Domingo and she told me that the highest levels of Migración have indicated that there will be perhaps a 10 day amnesty for persons who are here right now on out-of-date Tourist Cards to request residency without having to go to their countries of origin!!!

    This is major news. Apparently there are hold ups with the Papel de Buena Conducta that have led to this decision, so if you are in this condition and want to begin the process and want to contact my person, please send me a PM or and e-mail....

    This is your chance, don't waste it!


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    I know someone who just returned from the US. Their lawyer told them just before they returned there would be no problem applying for residency in the DR. Looks like that might work if they do it soon.

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    The window is open...is all I know.

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    I can second that. I went Tuesday to talk to her. I am due for the medical examination next week. Case solved!

    Get in touch with HB is all I can say!!!

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    'Tis true!

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    So, if you don't have all the needed documents here, can you start the process with the medical exam and buy some time while getting them (even if it requires a trip back to your country of origin?)

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    Ok but what happens if thats not possible in the next 10 days are overstayers getting deported or whats the deal ? Good news gor those that can have thier paperwork ready but it will take longer for some.

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    Sorry for the double post. This is a real opportunity if it is possible to take advantage of the 10 day window by initiating the process, but if you need to have all the documents in hand, 10 days would not help the vast majority of those on expired tourist cards. If I had mine, I would have applied a long time ago

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    Need to verify, but as I understand it is one has to start the procedure in between this time frame...

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