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    Question Q. about overstay fees

    1. I got 1year nm1 visa before i arrived DR. but i didn't get a residence card(i know i have to get residence card in a month when i got here. but it's so difficult and i was so busy to get) then should i pay for the overstayed fees if i stay 11months?

    2. if i have to pay, can i pay for the overstayed fees by credit card in aeropuerto las americas? if i can't is there atm in airport?

    please, thanks for all comments

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    There are ATM's at SDQ

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    You will almost certainly be paying the overstay fee as you exit. I believe it is cash only for payments.

    I don't use credit cards in the DR after having cards cloned 3 different times and a DR bank Banreserva screwing us over the last time it happened..

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    Quote Originally Posted by windeguy View Post
    You will almost certainly be paying the overstay fee as you exit. I believe it is cash only for payments.

    I don't use credit cards in the DR after having cards cloned 3 different times and a DR bank Banreserva screwing us over the last time it happened..
    It only took 3 times?

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    Cash only, if I were you I use an ATM in town to get cash for it beforehand, you never know if the ATM at the airport works, has money or accept your credit card... you could miss your flight while trying to pawn your watch... !

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    Quote Originally Posted by slowmo View Post
    It only took 3 times?
    There was about 10 years between the first two fraudulent charges that were US credit cards and they were quickly cleared up. I stopped using my US card after the second charge.

    The third time was a BanReservas credit card that someone used in Santiago when
    we were in the US and they refused to clear the charges. Not a good bank. No more DR credit cards for her.

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    How much IS the overstay fee? A friend has visited on a tourist card for 3 1/2 months. So after the thirty days expired, he was illegal. I have read a one month late departure is US$55, but not sure is that a monthly fee or up to 90 days overstayed or what.

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    Current overstay fees are found here
    https://www.migracion.gob.do/Menu/index/21

    30 - 90 days 2500 DOP
    3 to 9 months 4000 DOP

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    I have to ask: What is the known record for overstaying a 30 day visa?

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    Quote Originally Posted by NanSanPedro View Post
    I have to ask: What is the known record for overstaying a 30 day visa?
    I knew a Canadian who was headed to the airport, I drove him. He had been here for 11 years and was worried what his overstay fee would be. I don't know, I got my 800 pesos.

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