Overstay fine for 8 months + 3 weeks?

DR fan1990

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How much should I pay as an overstaying fee if I entered the country on August 24, 2021 and I'm leaving on May 15, 2022?

Does that count as 8 months or 9 months? I'm asking because the difference in fees between 8 months and 9 months is 1000 pesos i think.
Just wondering how much pesos I should bring with me at the airport.

Edit: I meant "8 months + 3 weeks" in the thread title.
 

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How much should I pay as an overstaying fee if I entered the country on August 24, 2021 and I'm leaving on May 15, 2022?

Does that count as 8 months or 9 months? I'm asking because the difference in fees between 8 months and 9 months is 1000 pesos i think.
Just wondering how much pesos I should bring with me at the airport.

Edit: I meant "8 months + 3 weeks" in the thread title.
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william webster

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The overstay is from after your 30 days isn't it ?

Up to 9 months is 4,000DOP.....9-12 mos is 5,000
Just looked it up for my friend
 
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How much should I pay as an overstaying fee if I entered the country on August 24, 2021 and I'm leaving on May 15, 2022?

Does that count as 8 months or 9 months? I'm asking because the difference in fees between 8 months and 9 months is 1000 pesos i think.
Just wondering how much pesos I should bring with me at the airport.

Edit: I meant "8 months + 3 weeks" in the thread title.

Fixed the title for you.
 
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cavok

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This was discussed on another thread a long time ago and the conclusion was that the time periods start from the date of entry. That's been my experience travelling, also.
 
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This was discussed on another thread a long time ago and the conclusion was that the time periods start from the date of entry. That's been my experience travelling, also.
Thank you, this is what I thought but could not confirm it.
 

DR fan1990

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Just coming here to stay that I left the country after a total stay of 8.5 months and paid 4000 pesos.

I was expecting questions from Migracion like "Why did you stay here so long as an illegal tourist? DON'T YOU KNOW IT'S ILLEGAL?!", but nope, no questions asked.
They just made me pay the fee and that's it.
 

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Just coming here to stay that I left the country after a total stay of 8.5 months and paid 4000 pesos.

I was expecting questions from Migracion like "Why did you stay here so long as an illegal tourist? DON'T YOU KNOW IT'S ILLEGAL?!", but nope, no questions asked.
They just made me pay the fee and that's it.
Have you re-entered since then?
 
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