Need to return to DR for medical treatment

sosua10

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My wife, a Dominican citizen, needs to return to the DR from the NY area for medical treatment. If there are flights out, are any passengers allowed on those incoming flights? Also, does anyone have experience arriving by ferry? thanks - Danny W.
 

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JetBlue seems to be the airline with the most frequent flights for DR citizens to use to return to the DR. American Airlines is another but may not actually fly as often.
 

El Rey de Mangu

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My wife, a Dominican citizen, needs to return to the DR from the NY area for medical treatment. If there are flights out, are any passengers allowed on those incoming flights? Also, does anyone have experience arriving by ferry? thanks - Danny W.
I cannot imagine needing to return to DR for medical treatment
 
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sosua10

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JetBlue seems to be the airline with the most frequent flights for DR citizens to use to return to the DR. American Airlines is another but may not actually fly as often.
We have a JetBlue reservation, but it looks like they are cancelling it. BTW, I was a DR1 member almost 20 years ago under the name Danny W.
 

El Rey de Mangu

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It's a serious ongoing treatment with a specialist and needs to be continued. I you have any information that pertains to my question, it would be appreciated.
You, will not be allowed to enter unless you are a Dominican citizen.
 

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Is she also a US Citizen , with a US Passport ?, because if not , she may not be able to come back . Residency alone , I would not chance it . Getting to the DR as a DR Citizen is not the problem, imo... curious what info others have ..
 
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sosua10

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Is she also a US Citizen , with a US Passport ?, because if not , she may not be able to come back . Residency alone , I would not chance it . Getting to the DR as a DR Citizen is not the problem, imo... curious what info others have ..
We have a house there and my wife practices law there so coming back to the US back is not an issue. Getting there is!
 

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For those of you that can’t help Danny it is best to not post any more nonsense.

Do not hijack his thread.

Danny, good luck to you and your wife.
 

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We have a JetBlue reservation, but it looks like they are cancelling it. BTW, I was a DR1 member almost 20 years ago under the name Danny W.
What you need if she wants to arrive to RD before July 1 is a REPATRIATION flight from US. for Dominican citizens only. I think the only way to find these is to call JetBlue. (They cancel regular flights that were to arrive before July 1. Maybe that is what you have that they want to cancel.)
 

franco1111

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If JetBlue does not work, you can also try United airlines. They have repatriation flights leaving DR airports to EWR for US citizens. You can check to see if they bring Dominicans to DR on those planes from US.