- Sep 7, 2012
I am not implying anthing other than you seem to spend quite a bit of time complaining about why you wont get a residency. You have a business in the DR. Being a resident usually makes having a business easier. The process to become a resident is neither complicated or expensive and overall not that time consuming.
Bob, I am not complaining about why I will or won't get residency. My complaint is that some people on this site act like the sky is falling and that people who overstay, like myself, are going to suffer being rejected. I see no proof of this as recent as just days ago when I returned to the country.
My business is a U.S. business so getting residency is no easier here for me than anyone else. I expect I will some day do so but lately I am traveling a lot and for a change have not even overstayed my last 2 times. I am however considering spending more time in Colombia (they are more strict about their 6 month per year cap and WILL reject you if you try to enter after you reach 6 months)
Anyway, I am going to get ready to leave for Sosua, hit Nicks for a good meal and maybe working on the beach tomorrow.