As I posted earlier in this thread, I sent an email with your original question to the immigration office email address, and got the answer within the hour...There are several questions at the Migracion web site:
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¿Qué sucede si surge una situación en la que el turista excede los 120 días permitidos? Por ejemplo, no se puede volver hasta que hayan pasado 150 días.
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Y si la estadia pasa mas de 120 dias cuanto seria ?
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Si usted vive más de 120 días, que será un delito con la prohibición de la entrada posterior a la República Dominicana?
more bribery - hey Black Knight !!??
I'm not sure that is a sequitur.... immunity for Americans.....it's a stretch for me
don't be jellyAnd Canadians too, eh? Those from the EU as well?
Yes, aid from a country always guarantees their citizens can be illegal in the aided country.
I did miss the post about my question being answered in detail.As I posted earlier in this thread, I sent an email with your original question to the immigration office email address, and got the answer within the hour...
The immigration web forum seems to get little attention at this time however.
throwing stones at people that don't like to live like you bright and early I seeIt is allegedly the whoremongers alone that carry Sosua on their backs. )That is why Sosua disappeared to never return this year!) The snowbirds have not been acknowledged as providing much support. At least not yet. That said, the number of people that visit Sosua and Cabarete in total pales in numbers to the over 10 million missing AI tourists. AI tourism is the focus of the government.
The whoremongers are also referred to as weekend warriors and rarely overstay their tourist cards. After all, who gets more than a month of vacation in the US at a time? Only the snowbird whoremongers would be here for 120 days or more, and they are inconsequential in numbers.
Just stating what others have said. Where have i judged the whoremongers? I could care less what consenting adults do.throwing stones at people that don't like to live like you bright and early I see
Well for one if your relationship went south with your spouse legally you wouldn't have a leg to stand on.What's the downside of not being legal if they generally don't enforce it? I know that there have been sweeps where people have been dealt with, deported, or what have you, when caught actively working/running a business.
Hypothetically if one funded a business, say in your spouse's name, and did not visibly work what's the downside?
What if you bought or built a building for the business? There is no law that one must be a resident to own a building.
BTW I'm not actually advocating for not being legal, compliant. I'm simply exploring the realistic downside for the many who have chosen not to become residents vs the cost and hassle of those that have.
Not to pick on you Gringo..... but you say it well - lack of authoritative answersThere is never any shortage of questions, just a profound lack of authoritative answers.
just using the term "whoremonger" is indicative enough that you have a problem with the live style of others, men and woman. The real silliness is thinking that families, people trapped in a relationship with the same person and people with a cedula are the savior of SosuaJust stating what others have said. Where have i judged the whoremongers? I could care less what consenting adults do.
Just pointing out the silliness in their claims to be the saviours of Sosua or anywhere else for that matter.
Sosua is still there, last I saw it. And I suspect whoremongers rarely stay longer than 30 days, let alone 120 days