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    I believe that somewhere on DR1 there is an example of the letter you have to send with your application for Temporary Residency renewal, but I can't find it. Does anyone have an example or know where I can find it? Thanks.

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    Quote Originally Posted by drstock View Post
    I believe that somewhere on DR1 there is an example of the letter you have to send with your application for Temporary Residency renewal, but I can't find it. Does anyone have an example or know where I can find it? Thanks.
    Here is the one that I used that is based on the one I think you are referring to that was originally posted by Expat-In-Cabarete:

    Estimado Director General de Migracion:


    Por medio de esta carta, yo, (full name), de nacionalidad de (country), residente de (city),

    Jubilado/Pensionado(or other as applicable), pone a su consideracion mi (primera, 2nd, 3rd, as

    applies) renovacion de mi Residencia Temporal RT-9(or type as applies)
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    Numero #(de Residencia), fecha de expiracion - dd/mm/yyyy.


    Muy Atentamente,


    Full Name(and signed)

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    Temp to first permanent requires medical, right?

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    Quote Originally Posted by cavok View Post
    Here is the one that I used that is based on the one I think you are referring to that was originally posted by Expat-In-Cabarete:

    Estimado Director General de Migracion:


    Por medio de esta carta, yo, (full name), de nacionalidad de (country), residente de (city),

    Jubilado/Pensionado(or other as applicable), pone a su consideracion mi (primera, 2nd, 3rd, as

    applies) renovacion de mi Residencia Temporal RT-9(or type as applies)
    ,
    Numero #(de Residencia), fecha de expiracion - dd/mm/yyyy.


    Muy Atentamente,


    Full Name(and signed)
    Thank you very much.

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    Quote Originally Posted by rubio_higuey View Post
    Temp to first permanent requires medical, right?
    According to the requisitos, it does.

    Also, and what I didnt realise, is also requires a letter, in advance, to director of DGM, asking to change to permanent.
    At least thhats what theu told me at DGM a month ago, when I asked last month ( trying to get a grip on the process for next year ).
    I had just assumed it was an automatic process.

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    Quote Originally Posted by malko View Post
    According to the requisitos, it does.

    Also, and what I didnt realise, is also requires a letter, in advance, to director of DGM, asking to change to permanent.
    At least thhats what theu told me at DGM a month ago, when I asked last month ( trying to get a grip on the process for next year ).
    I had just assumed it was an automatic process.
    That's what I had to do to change from permanent to definitiva.

    Sent from my BLN-L24 using Tapatalk

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    Can anyone advise? A dominican woman, returned to the DR from Florida after being married and living there for 2 years. She lost her residency card although she has a photo of it on her phone. She is Trying to get back into U.S. now. What is the process for getting back to the states?

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    The next stop must be a Police Report followed by a visit to the consulate section of the US Embassy. Once the person is matched/verified as a green card holder a letter could then be drawn from the consulate for travels back to US.

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    I just renewed my Temporary Residency yesterday and would add a couple of points to malco's excellent advice (which I printed and used as a guide) in posts #14 -18.

    1. He says they do not ask for the 2 X 2 photos when you are at the DGM. They did in my case.
    2. When I handed over my original documents they wanted a folder to put them in. I only had the one which contained everything from document copies, malco's instructions, map of how to get there and hotel info in case it was required, so all my remaining papers ended up in a mess in my bag. Take a spare folder.
    3. Malco says you may have to wait up to an hour to make your payment at DGM. I was still waiting after two hours, so I went and made a nuisance of myself at the window and my payment was miraculously accepted.
    4. I think I may have gone at a particularly busy time, because the whole process from arrival at DGM to leaving the JCE took me six hours (rather than Malco's three). However, that's still a lot better than last time. Everybody arrives early in the morning, but by the afternoon it is quiet. I think next year I may arrive at lunch time and plan to stay overnight (in case it's necessary) and enjoy the colonial zone in the evening.
    5. Talking of lunch time, don't forget to bring something to eat if you are used to eating lunch. I nearly passed out from starvation as I didn't bring anything and was scared to leave the room unless I missed my name being called.

    The only other thing I would add is that when getting the documents together to upload in the first place, I went to Patria in Puerto Plata (the nearest one for me) to get the repatriation insurance and was disappointed to find that I would have to return the next day to get the documents.

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    We just started the process to renew our Residencia Permanente (RP-1) card. Any information would be greatly appreciated. They expire March 31 and the website has allowed us in today and the wife is working on it.

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