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    Default Residency renewal streamlined

    https://dominicantoday.com/dr/econom...new-residence/

    Hmmmm


    Santo Domingo.- No more paperwork to renew temporary and permanent residence as of May 8, when it will be processed exclusively online through the Immigration Directorate website, the agency said on Monday.

    “The payment will be made in the same way,” Immigration said in a statement.

    “The new process will prevent users from going to the institution to deposit the documentation when requesting the renewal of their immigration status,” it said.

    Applicants must access the Immigration website, select the service, fill out the online forms and scan the documents, passport, and expired or about to expire ID card. “After receiving the documents online, they will be verified and then the system will issue the user a payment notice, which must be done with a credit or debit card.”

    Immigration said that once the corresponding payment has been made, the user must click on the button to complete the process, so that it’s registered in the DGM and the appointment is generated, according to the statement.

    “After completing the process and making the payment to obtain the card, the user will proceed to deposit at the DGM’s headquarters, with prior notification, the payment receipt or voucher that will be provided by the system with the date and time of the appointment.”

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    Sounds great. No more trips to Pto. Plata to deposit docs and pay.

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    For real?
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    No need for a lawyer..... just a computer geek.....

    haha

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    Good news, if it actually works. Let's wait to hear from someone who attempts the new process.
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    As I read it... that will happen FAST!!

    There seems to be only this method from the date forward.... no exceptions for renewals

    Imagine the lines in DGM - or lack of

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    Quote Originally Posted by Chirimoya View Post
    Good news, if it actually works. Let's wait to hear from someone who attempts the new process.
    It works, is part of the project Republica Digital, goverment has more than 100 services online including Application for new passport or renew passport. I used the passport service and worked very well, paid online, the only thing they have to improve is they ask for some papers they should not ask when you renew and they do it just to collect money.

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    If only they could figure out a way to print residency cards and cedulas in local offices.

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    news in spanish here:
    https://elnuevodiario.com.do/dgm-inf...s-de-internet/

    this part makes me wonder:
    Completado el proceso y realizado el pago para la obtención del carnet, el usuario procederá a depositar en la sede de la DGM, con previa notificación, el recibo o volante de pago que le proveerá el sistema con el día y hora de la cita.

    so the applicant has to deposit in DGM a proof of payment in order to get an appointment made? in other words, you still gotta go to GDM twice anyways? once to arrange an appointment and then again to actually attend it?

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    Quote Originally Posted by dv8 View Post
    news in spanish here:
    https://elnuevodiario.com.do/dgm-inf...s-de-internet/

    this part makes me wonder:
    Completado el proceso y realizado el pago para la obtención del carnet, el usuario procederá a depositar en la sede de la DGM, con previa notificación, el recibo o volante de pago que le proveerá el sistema con el día y hora de la cita.

    so the applicant has to deposit in DGM a proof of payment in order to get an appointment made? in other words, you still gotta go to GDM twice anyways? once to arrange an appointment and then again to actually attend it?
    To me it looks like the payment is made on line via credit or debit card and you take that receipt for payment with you when you have an appointment. That payment voucher has the date and time of the appointment on it. The only trip would be to pick up the residency card and cedula:


    Santo Domingo.- No more paperwork to renew temporary and permanent residence as of May 8, when it will be processed exclusively online through the Immigration Directorate website, the agency said on Monday.

    “The payment will be made in the same way,” Immigration said in a statement.

    “The new process will prevent users from going to the institution to deposit the documentation when requesting the renewal of their immigration status,” it said.

    Applicants must access the Immigration website, select the service, fill out the online forms and scan the documents, passport, and expired or about to expire ID card. “After receiving the documents online, they will be verified and then the system will issue the user a payment notice, which must be done with a credit or debit card.”

    Immigration said that once the corresponding payment has been made, the user must click on the button to complete the process, so that it’s registered in the DGM and the appointment is generated, according to the statement. It certainly could have been worded more clearly.

    “After completing the process and making the payment to obtain the card, the user will proceed to deposit at the DGM’s headquarters, with prior notification, the payment receipt or voucher that will be provided by the system with the date and time of the appointment.

    https://dominicantoday.com/dr/econom...new-residence/

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