The Dominican Republic E-Ticket for Entry and Exit is Mandatory as of April 1

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Heading to the Dominican Republic?  Keep on reading…

In a nutshell: E-tickets for entry and exit will be mandatory for all passengers to the Dominican Republic starting April 1.

The new system combines digital versions of the Traveler’s Health Affidavit, Customs Declaration, and International Boarding/Disembarking forms.

This was also implemented to help reduce the spread of COVID-19.

What you need to know about the Dominican Republic E-ticket for Entry and Exit:

First,

  • Travelers must access the Dominican Republic e-ticket platform for the required form.
  • You’ll need to include your passport number, residence address, and the address of where you will be staying while in the Dominican Republic.
  • Customs information and a traveler’s health affidavit will be required.
  • Passengers will need to fill out a form for arrival and another one for departure.
  • The system will generate two QR codes.
  • Fill out the form 72-hours prior to your trip by printing or creating a screenshot of your QR code – keep it handy!
  • The QR code will be scanned by the authorities when you go through Customs.
    • The QR code will not be scanned during departure – it is important though as it’s confirmation that the form was completed correctly.
  • Don’t have 72-hours? No worries! Dominican airports have free internet access so you can do this when you arrive.

 

Check out this video – it has all of the details!

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