Dominican Republic Visa
Visitors who do not obtain a Dominican visa must purchase a tourist card at the airport for 10 USD upon entry or online prior to travel.
For more specific information concerning entry and exit requirements, travelers may contact the Embassy of the Dominican Republic in the United States.
Please contact the Migration Department in Santo Domingo for visa extension requests. Failure to request an extension will result in a surcharge at the airport upon departure. The surcharges can ranges from approximately $55 USD for one month to as high as $1,555 USD for 10 years.
Exit Requirements for children: Minors (children under 18) who are citizens (including dual citizens) or legal residents of the Dominican Republic are required to present both parent’s identification documents and notarized consent (in Spanish) in order to exit the country if not accompanied by both parents or Legal Guardian. The written consent must be notarized at the Dominican consulate in the United States or notarized and then certified at the Dominican Attorney General’s office (Procuraduria de la Republica) if done in the Dominican Republic. More information, including current fee information, can be found at the Immigration Office’s website.