Irish guy looking for longer term stay

Thomas O

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Jan 30, 2020
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Hola everyone,


I'm from Ireland. I've currently been here for almost 2 months.
My passport has been stamped for a 30 day tourist visa.

I would like to stay longer. Should I go to the airport and prepay some sort of fine as implied by this page:


https://www.migracion.gob.do/Menu/index/21


If I wish to return to the DR will my entry be affected by any overstay?

Gracias!
 

alexw

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Sep 6, 2008
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NYC-SDQ BABY!
Just pay the exit fee like everyone else($2500 pesos). Youre from a 1st world country nothing will happen to you.
 

CynthiaCom

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Nov 22, 2019
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Hola everyone,


I'm from Ireland. I've currently been here for almost 2 months.
My passport has been stamped for a 30 day tourist visa.

I would like to stay longer. Should I go to the airport and prepay some sort of fine as implied by this page:


https://www.migracion.gob.do/Menu/index/21


If I wish to return to the DR will my entry be affected by any overstay?

Gracias!
Hello, Thomas.

No, your overstay will not affect your return to the country. You could request an extension of your Visa as it would regulate your migratory status or pay the overstay fees at the airport once you leave.
 

Tamborista

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And ask this question that has been asked 100 times here with 10,000 responses.

Not being harsh but do a search before you post a topic. This horse has been beaten to glue.
Lighten up Francis!
 

CynthiaCom

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Nov 22, 2019
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Hello, Thomas.

No, your overstay will not affect your return to the country. You could request an extension of your Visa as it would regulate your migratory status or pay the overstay fees at the airport once you leave.
An extension of your stay*