Dominican Republic Visa

Dominican Republic Visa

Dominican Republic Visa

Select Your Dominican Republic Visa Type Below

  1. General Information and Eligibility
  2. Dominican Republic Tourist Card Requirements (i.e. Tarjeta de Turista)
  3. Dominican Republic Tourist Visa Requirements (i.e. Visa de Turismo)
  4. Dominican Republic Business Visa Requirements (i.e. Visa de Negocios)
  5. Dominican Republic Business Visa for Work or Employment Purposes (i.e. Visa de Negocios con Fines Laborales)
  6. Dominican Republic Student Visa Requirements (i.e. Visa de Estudiante)
  7. Dominican Republic Residence Visa Requirements (i.e. Visa de Residencia)
  8. Dominican Republic Diplomatic, Official and Courtesy Visa Requirements (Visas Diplomáticas, Oficiales y de Cortesía)
  9. Dominican Republic Dependant Visa Requirements (Visa de Dependencia, Dependent Visa)

Visa Hunter’s Miscellaneous Tips for the Dominican Republic Visa

  • The websites for the consulates for the Dominican Republic are pretty pathetic.  The visa requirements vary from consulate to consulate, and there are no clear instructions on some sites on exactly how to submit an application.
  • Ground zero for visa information for the Dominican Republic is located here at the Ministry of Foreign Affairs website (MIREX – Ministerio de Relaciones Exteriores).
  • U.S. citizens traveling by sea must now have either a U.S. passport, passport card, or other WHTI-compliant document.  Be aware that the “enhanced driver’s licenses” or “enhanced ID cards” offered by many states are not accepted by Dominican authorities for ferry travel from Puerto Rico.

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