8 February, 2017

Business Visa

A business visa is required if you intend to remain in the Dominican Republic on long-term business or if your activities entail monetary transactions. If, on the other hand, your visit to the Dominican Republic is for meetings, site visits or short training courses, you may enter the country with a tourist card.

Business /Working Visa (NM1)

To apply for one year working visa for the Dominican Republic each person must provide the following:

  1. Passport
  2. 1 photo
  3. Contract or work letter from the Dominican company
  4. Certificate of Labour from the Ministry of Labour of the Dominican Republic, containing the Resolution No. 135 (this document must be supplied by the Dominican company)
  5. Certificate of good conduct.
  6. A letter from doctor / GP stating that you are in good health.
  7. Most recent bank statement of the bank account of the person funding the journey.
  8. Application form.
  9. The visa fee: £225.00, non-refundable, payable at the time of application, either in cash, postal order or banker’s draft. We do not accept personal cheques.

If sent by post, please provide us with a stamped self-addressed envelope.

Working Visa for a short period of time/Volunteer Work/Religious (NM)

To apply for one year working visa or volunteer or religious work for the Dominican Republic each person must provide the following:

  1. Passport
  2. 1 photo
  3. Contract or work letter from the Dominican company or organisation.
  4. Certificate of good conduct.
  5. A letter from doctor / GP stating that you are in good health.
  6. Most recent bank statement of the bank account of the person funding the journey or proof of funds.
  7. Application form.
  8. The visa fee: £200.00, non-refundable, payable at the time of application, either in cash, postal order or banker’s draft. We do not accept personal cheques.

If sent by post, please provide us with a stamped self-addressed envelope.

IMPORTANT NOTICE: This visa has multiple entries, but allows you to stay for two consecutive months. If you stay longer than that, then you will have to pay an extra fee upon departure. If you decide to stay the whole year doing your volunteer work, you can address the Migration Directorate in Santo Domingo, who will provide you with a special ID allowing you to do so.

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