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    The above is for the suckers to read. Just pay the overstay when you leave. Only been like this for more than 20 years.

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    Quote Originally Posted by SKY View Post
    The above is for the suckers to read. Just pay the overstay when you leave. Only been like this for more than 20 years.
    True. Nothing ever changes. Everything always remains the same.

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    Quote Originally Posted by windeguy View Post
    True. Nothing ever changes. Everything always remains the same.
    Absolutely. I’m sure that even with new computerized passport scanning and biometrics with linked databases no one should expect anything to ever be different. (Eye roll).

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    Well it doesn't matter much to me, I've moved back to the states, future trips will always be less than 30 days...

    Fwiw I don't think the overstay system will change anytime incredibly soon for Americans but I am sure it will be used against Haitians and Venezuelans.

    I am more concerned with the percentage of Uber drivers who refuse to pick you up if you pay with a card than the amet stopping me on day 31.

    It was a nice visit, I missed santiago! Vitrina rooftop restaurant was delicious, sushi ban in los jardines still good, and I brought back cibao brewing company beers made with hops grown in DR. Amazing time!

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    IMO... they have upped their game

    It’s now in your passport... your stated legal limit... no fudging

    Like all else Dominican... whether they enforce it or not... vamos a ver
    But now , they have the avenue to enforcement and you were advised of it

    My term if stay is written as the expiry of my current residency card..
    Others will be different

    I never liked Russian Roulette after the Deer Hunter

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    Quote Originally Posted by william webster View Post
    I never liked Russian Roulette after the Deer Hunter
    I like it.

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    Like it or not.... RD is upping their game in a few areas - especially their tracking.
    Traffic fines are a good example - new system last fall - crazy accurate
    Now - Migracion is entering the fray ....

    It’s a tracking device, a notification to those entering
    and a clear path to claiming whether you are legal or not

    The cards are stacked in their favor
    As in any card game....the good players know how to cheat...

    It's just whether they do or not

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    I didn’t even notice the stamp until I read this thread. Here it is:

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    As I said above.... Jan 28....at SDQ, no new stamp for me

    A very recent introduction... POP Feb 11... I have it

    I assume you were SDQ

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    Quote Originally Posted by william webster View Post
    As I said above.... Jan 28....at SDQ, no new stamp for me

    A very recent introduction... POP Feb 11... I have it

    I assume you were SDQ
    Yes, the stamp says AILA, When I went to Costa Rica, the stamp was the same like in the capture, they wrote Visa Canada in type of visa and below 30 days.

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