Does a Mexican citizen need a visa to enter the Dominican Republic?
NO. Mexican citizen does not need visa to visit the Dominican Republic for A max. stay of 90 days for nationals of Mexico traveling as tourists. - for holders of normal passports; Visa Issuance: - Nationals of Mexico traveling as tourists, are required to
obtain a 30 days Tourist Card on arrival. Fee: USD 10.-. Extensions possible.
States that the Dominican citizen can enter without a visa
In order to enter France, a citizen of the Dominican Republic would need a formal invitation stating the primary reason for and the duration of the visit requiring that duration is less than 3 months.
A Ugandan does not need a passport to enter the Dominican Republic.
Yes. To enter the Dominican Republic you will need your passport. period.
No, you need a valid passport to enter to Dominican Republic, And depending of your nationallity you may need a visa before entering.
Citizens of any country are allowed to enter Montenegro, but I think that Dominican Republic citizens are obliged to take out a Visa
That dependends of you nationality. If you have any US visa Or Schengen ,so you don't need a visa for going to the Dominican Republic.
What do you mean if "you are in Mexico"? Do you mean if you are a Mexican citizen? If you are a Mexican citizen, then Yes, you need a valid Mexican passport to enter Canada. A Canada visa is not required for citizens of Mexico for a stay up to 180 days.
If he is deported from another country, yes.
Since 2009 all Mexican citizen are require to have a tourist visa to enter Canada. You should check with the Canada embassy in Mexico city for more information. Mexican citizens residing in the US can enter Canada by showing their Permanent Residence Card ( Green Card).
Americans do need a passport to enter the Dominican Republic. If you don't get a Visa before hand, you'll also need to purchase a tourist card for $10 at the time of entry.
No; you also need a visa issued by the US government.
Yes. With very few exceptions, all Mexican Nationals must acquire a visa from the US Embassy or a Consulate in Mexico to enter the United States or any of its territories, like Puerto Rico.
It is generally a good idea to have a passport when traveling. US citizens may enter the Dominican Republic without passports using other forms of ID and this is also true for children.
Yes, the US recognizes legal marriages performed in other countries. This does not mean that the Mexican citizen can enter the US without using the procedure required by US immigration laws.
Generally, no. Mexican national must obtain a visa from the US Embassy or Consulate to enter any part of the US, including its territories, like Puerto Rico.
marry a citizen, or leave and try to enter the country via the proper channels.
I'm a Mexican citizen living in the united states what paper work do I need to enter back to the us
that depends on what´s your home nationality. But commonly visa not required for a stay of 90 days for holders of a resident card/permit or a re-entry permit issued by Canada, traveling as tourists to Dominican Republic.
Yes, but it depends on the countries he/she wants to visit. For example, Canada and the US require visa; a Mexican can enter most European countries with his/her passport only.
No. Colombian citizens need to get a visa from the Mexican embassy prior to any travel into Mexico.
Yes, a passport is needed to enter the DR. In the past, Americans could get in with ID and a birth certificate, but now a Passport is needed.
Im a permanent resident of Canada going to Samana Dominican Republic and I have my Portuguese Passport and permanent resident card for Canada Do I need any visa or anything that they may ask?
Portuguese passport holders usually do not require a visa to enter Dominican Republic. A tourist card, however, is usually required to be obtained from your airline or upon arrival.
Yes but you need a valid passport, and if you are not from either the US, Canada or European Union, you have to look for a visa issued by the Mexican government.
Mexican citizens need a visa to enter Turkey. Some nationalities can obtain a visa at the point of arrival in Turkey, but Mexico is not one of these countries. They need to obtain the visa from a Turkish consulate before they leave.
Yes, you can even get divorced in the Dominican Republic and i will be valid in Florida. The following has been published by the Government of the Dominican Republic: "Legal Requirements for U. S. Citizens to Obtain Valid Divorces in the Dominican Republic Recently, a number of U. S. citizens have inquired about the process by which they can obtain a valid divorce in the Dominican Republic. A special divorce law for nonresident foreigner (passed… Read More
Adventure was a group of Dominican bachata- estadounidense. The group was formed in 1994 in the Bronx, New York, Anthony Santos, Lenny Santos, Max Santos and Henry all of them from Dominican Republic. All being self-taught had a great determination to enter the industry the music. Adventure made its official debut in 1999 with the hoping to break Dominican bachata schemas traditional. From its base and fused with rhythms modern and hip hop and R… Read More
Yes. I married my wife, a Mexican citizen, in the US while living with her family in Mexico. She had a B1-B2 visa so she could legally enter the US. We returned to Mexico to live. It took 4 hrs including crossing the border. For us to get PERMISSION to marry in Mexico would have taken months.
I am Kenyan citizen and do i need a visa to enter Ecuador?
Yes. The following has been published by the Government of the Dominican Republic: "Legal Requirements for U. S. Citizens to Obtain Valid Divorces in the Dominican Republic Recently, a number of U. S. citizens have inquired about the process by which they can obtain a valid divorce in the Dominican Republic. A special divorce law for nonresident foreigner (passed in 1971) provides that the only permissible grounds for divorce of non-resident foreigners is mutual consent… Read More
The Dominican Republic is part of the North American Numbering Plan, telephone country code +1, along with the USA, Canada, and various islands. The Dominican Republic uses area codes +1 809, +1 829, and +1 849. Until the mid-1990's, area code +1 809 served 18 island nations and territories, including Puerto Rico, Jamaica, and the Bahamas, but it now serves only the Dominican Republic, along with the two overlay area codes added later. Calls from… Read More
As of April 30, 2012 the Dominican Republic requires that all Canadians must present a passport on arrival, no passport no entry. The Canadian Government Foreign Affairs and International Trade website spells this out quite clearly, check it out if you have any doubts. As of 2010 Canadians require a passport to enter Mexico. Canadians also must have a passport to enter Commonwealth countries such as Australia, New Zealand and the United Kingdom. In fact… Read More
I wanna know if venezuelan citizen need visa tp enter canada
As a citizen of the Marshall Islands, you don't need a visa to enter Mexico, and you can stay up to 180 days without further immigration requirements. You should provide, however: A valid, machine-readable passport or an emergency/temporary passport. Return/onward tickets. Failing to provide any of these can result in a refusal of entry.
There is a new immigration rule that states that TAIWANESE People DO NOT need a Visa to enter in MEXICO anymore. This just happened early this year (2012). Thus Why MEXICANS are required to get a Visa to enter into TAIWAN ? Shouldn't be reciprocal since this is a result of DIPLOMATIC agreement?
No, a South African citizen cannot enter Mauritius with a temporary passport. He has to have a full passport.
Yes Americans do need a visa to enter the Czech Republic.
what are the condition to enter georgia as cameroonian
No. Having a visa for country A will never work to get into country B -- anywhere in the world. In the case of Mexico, you need to get a visa issued by the Mexican government.
The Dominican Republic does not have ZIP Codes, because ZIP Codes are postal codes only for the United States. For information about postal codes in the Dominican Republic, see the related link. If you meant telephone area code, the Dominican Republic is in country code +1 (North America), with area codes 809, 829, and 849. All three area codes are used throughout the country. Although calls to and from other parts of North America (USA… Read More
If you are a Mexican, Canadian or American citizen you can cross the border on foot or by car with a valid photo ID. As of July 2011 you still do not need a passport. If you were to arrive by air or Cruise ship you would need a passport.
If you are not a citizen of the EU you need a passport to enter Spain.
yes if you are a citizen or a resident. I am not a citizen or resident of America though.. im citizen of Canada
i want the countries names that botswana citizen pasport can enter visa free is botswana citizen visa free to India
You don't need a visa to enter Mexico if you are an American, Canadian or European citizen. If you, however, are from other country, even when entering from either territory you need to have a visa issued by the Mexican government.
what docs. does a US citizen need to enter Italy
Yes, marrying a Mexican citizen is the fastest way for an American citizen to become a Mexican citizen. As long as your marriage is legal in the jurisdiction in which it was performed, your marriage will be recognized by Mexico because of recent ruling of the Mexican Supreme Court. Most likely, your marriage will need to be a "marriage" and not a "civil union," although the distinction is not clear. You can either apply for… Read More
Punta Cana is in the Dominican Republic, which is country code +1, with area codes 809, 829, and 849. All three area codes are used throughout the Dominican Republic. (The plus sign means "insert your international access prefix here." From a GSM mobile phone, you can enter the number in full international format, starting with the plus sign. The most common prefix is 00, but North America (USA, Canada, etc.) uses 011, and many other… Read More
That would depend on what citizen you are.
The same as every other Non-Jordan citizen :)