Migration overstay crack down?

Status
Not open for further replies.

hedon

Member
Mar 26, 2008
92
21
8
I read that migration is starting to crack down on people who over stay their tourist visas by stamping their passports 'NO REENTRY" when they finally do leave DR. Can anyone confirm this?
 

CristoRey

Welcome To Wonderland
Apr 1, 2014
11,990
8,252
113
I read that migration is starting to crack down on people who over stay their tourist visas by stamping their passports 'NO REENTRY" when they finally do leave DR. Can anyone confirm this?
Please provide us with a link to what you read so we can read it, otherwise....
 
  • Like
Reactions: drstock

Manuel01

Well-known member
Apr 1, 2009
901
939
93
I read that migration is starting to crack down on people who over stay their tourist visas by stamping their passports 'NO REENTRY" when they finally do leave DR. Can anyone confirm this?
Relax ! Wan't happen. Pay your late Fee upon exiting the country and you are good to go (and return).
 

keepcoming

Moderator - Living & General Stuff
May 25, 2011
5,004
2,805
113
Obviously, this topic has been discussed quite often on DR1. Until it happens to someone, and they speak about it, none of it can be confirmed. You hear stories every so often, but I personally have never seen proof of it. As someone else said, do you have a link to this article?
 

windeguy

Platinum
Jul 10, 2004
42,577
6,189
113
I read that migration is starting to crack down on people who over stay their tourist visas by stamping their passports 'NO REENTRY" when they finally do leave DR. Can anyone confirm this?
If only it were true.

Won't believe it until I have proof.
 

AlterEgo

Administrator
Staff member
Jan 9, 2009
23,319
6,588
113
South Coast
Obviously, this topic has been discussed quite often on DR1. Until it happens to someone, and they speak about it, none of it can be confirmed. You hear stories every so often, but I personally have never seen proof of it. As someone else said, do you have a link to this article?

He may have “read” it on a Facebook thread, all it takes is one person to start a rumor.
 

SKY

Gold
Apr 11, 2004
13,677
3,822
113
And so it goes. Don't worry, the government won't be enforcing the actual laws on those from tourist card countries any time soon.

What a pity.
You posted many times that you rent to tourists. So if someone "illegally" according to you wants a room for more than the 30 days do you turn them down? And they pay cash up front for 6 months.............
 
  • Like
Reactions: Big

CristoRey

Welcome To Wonderland
Apr 1, 2014
11,990
8,252
113
He may have “read” it on a Facebook thread, all it takes is one person to start a rumor.
OP has yet to share a link.
If he/ she read it on FeyBoo then I think a screen shot will suffice. If not then whatever blow back he/ she recieves is well-deserved...
as we sit here and watch this poor dead horse continue to take a beat'n.
 
Jan 9, 2004
11,007
2,342
113
So I just spoke with the head of migration at STI........and he says that there is no such stamp for a passport.....and the only thing that needs to be done is pay the overstay fee.

There is no current barrier to re-entry for an overstay.


Respectfully,
Playacaribe2
 
Status
Not open for further replies.