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    mine says.....AIGGL.......
    not AILA

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    Quote Originally Posted by AlterEgo View Post
    I didn’t even notice the stamp until I read this thread. Here it is:

    Attachment 3084
    Same here, would have never noticed.



    The date of January 16, 2021 would be expiration of my residence card and cedula. Those in the process of getting residencia really missed the boat when things were so easy. I did one year temporary and Bingo permanent with 4 year renewals. So, so easy.

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    Quote Originally Posted by AlterEgo View Post
    I didn’t even notice the stamp until I read this thread. Here it is:

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    Did they ask you how long you were staying this time?

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    Me too BirdMan

    Apr 10/2022... my expiry

    we'll see if they ever stamp it again.... might be permanent... like a long term visa

    Suckers !!! missed the boat

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    Look at me ... Big Boy
    Posting photos

    1st time for everything

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    Quote Originally Posted by william webster View Post
    Look at me ... Big Boy
    Posting photos

    1st time for everything

    3ECE233E-D516-4F69-B3FE-634E88382428.jpg3ECE233E-D516-4F69-B3FE-634E88382428.jpg
    ... next you need to learn to not take the pictures upside down. lol


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    Quote Originally Posted by SantiagoDR View Post
    ... next you need to learn to not take the pictures upside down. lol
    Mods need a purpose

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    Quote Originally Posted by SantiagoDR View Post
    ... next you need to learn to not take the pictures upside down. lol
    I guess I need to align the laptop with the tablet....
    then walk around the table and look at it from the other side

    I'll work on it....

    or just post on 'Backwards Day'... as my children used to name it

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    Quote Originally Posted by william webster View Post
    Here's the Cdn Travel Advice posting

    It's in the passport now...
    It's posted for Cdn travelers

    Hard not to see the intention....
    The message points the way...
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    Tourist card

    Canadians entering the Dominican Republic as tourists must obtain a tourist card. It is included in all air tickets issued outside the country. If you enter the Dominican Republic by land or sea, you can obtain the card at your entry location for US$10. ‎It is valid for a 30-day stay period.

    Dominican tourist card – Directorate general of internal taxes (in Spanish)

    Stay extension

    You can apply for a stay extension for a period up to 120 days. You must request your stay extension to the Dominican Directorate General for Migration once you are in Dominican Republic, before your tourist card expires.

    If you wish to stay in the Dominican Republic for more than 120 days, you must obtain a resident visa from the Dominican authorities in Canada prior to your departure.

    If you overstay the period for which you have been authorized to stay, you will have to pay fine to immigration authorities when leaving the country. You may also need to apply for a visa the next time you wish to return to the Dominican Republic. Local authorities may deny you entry if you don’t have the proper visa.

    Stay extension - Dominican Directorate General for Migration (in Spanish)
    Those rules were posted over a yr ago...

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    Quote Originally Posted by william webster View Post
    mine says.....AIGGL.......
    not AILA
    Known by both names. Aeropuerto Internacional General Gregorio Luperon AIGGL and Aeropuerto Internacional Las Americas

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