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  • Life in the Dominican Republic

    Living in the Dominican Republic can be a great experience for expats: what's not to love about sunshine, turquoise waters, and friendly, multicultural local people? Read our Blog guides on living in the Dominican Republic for info on immigration, naturalization, healthcare, education, transport, cultural life, business, banking, real estate and a lot more.

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  • Dominican Republic Residence Permit

    It doesn’t matter if you are moving to the Dominican Republic with a Tourist Card or a business visa. If your stay exceeds two months, you need to apply for a residence permit (Visa de Residencia). To do so, you need to submit the application in advance to a consulate of the Dominican Republic with the following, but be awar following up with Dominican Republic Visa and Residency Permit procedures can be costly, frustrating and time consuming. You should hire a competent lawyer or contact our Corcons office which specializes in immigration and naturalization. All foreign documents must be notarized and translated into Spanish. Also, both the original and the translation must be apostilled:

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  • 25 Best Things to Do in the Dominican Republic

    Surrounded by hundreds of miles of beaches, the Dominican Republic is the epitome of a perfect island getaway. The sun-drenched the Dominican Republic shares the Caribbean island of Hispaniola with Haiti, occupying the larger eastern section of the island. In addition to enjoying a multitude of water sports, you can also spend some time learning about the interesting history of the state and admiring the colonial architecture in the Zona Colonial in the city of Santa Domingo.

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  • 5 reasons to look at Dominican Republic for your business

    Five centuries after Christopher Colombus, Seedstars set up foot on Santo Domingo for the very first time, adding the Caribbean to its map of emerging tech hubs. Great news!

    Traveling to a paradisiac island to look for promising startups across beaches, coconut and colorful fishes sounded like a dream.

    And while we were very excited to go to the Dominican Republic for its incredible bio-ecosystem and fairytale landscapes, we never expected to find an El Dorado of opportunities for innovation and entrepreneurship as well.

    Understandably, the Dominican startup ecosystem is still at an early stage. For example, you will not yet find many investors willing to bet on the island’s talent pool, nor established public and private support structures for entrepreneurs.

    But things are starting to move, and besides those shortcomings, the Dominican Republic is definitely a place to consider for doing business.

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  • Where would you like to live in the Dominican Republic?

    Did you know that the Dominican Republic was the final landing place for Christopher Columbus in 1493? No? Well that's alright, because this article is not a history lesson but rather an intent to help you answer the following question:

    Will the Dominican Republic be YOUR final landing place? And if so, WHERE?

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  • Surrounded by the Atlantic Ocean and Caribbean Sea

    Dominican Republic is a beautiful country in the Caribbean! Fabulous vacation spot or a place to live forever!

    The Dominican Republic is the second Caribbean biggest country, is the most development in the Caribbean, has the biggest Caribbean capital Santo Domingo and is the most visited in all Caribbean and Central America. The country is a mix of colors, people, traditions, music, lifestyles and of course of joy and most important happy people.

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  • Local laws and customs

    Don’t become involved with illegal drugs of any kind. There are severe penalties for all drug offences. Cases can take several years to go through the judicial process, during which the accused person is likely to be held in detention. Possession of even small quantities can lead to a long prison sentence and a hefty fine. All sentences are served in the Dominican Republic.

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  • Geography and Climate

    The Dominican Republic is the second-largest country in the Caribbean and is located on the island of Hispaniola. The island, which it shares with Haiti, is situated between Cuba and Puerto Rico. Upon moving to the Dominican Republic, you'll recognize that the landscape is surprisingly diverse for such a small country. Obviously you shouldn't miss out on the white sandy beaches, which are so typical for the Caribbean, but the country also boasts tropical rainforests, beautiful valleys, rivers, lakes, and even semi-desert zones.

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  • Moving to the Dominican Republic

    Does moving to the Dominican Republic sound like an option for you? The country, located on the eastern half of Hispaniola Island, offers much more than just palm trees and sunshine. Read our articles to the Dominican Republic and find out all about the country, visas, housing, and more.
    In any cases, movingto another country is an important decision and there are many things to take into account before packing all your belongings.

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  • The Job Search

    As in most other countries, working in the Dominican Republic requires some determination. Search local newspapers like the Listín Diario for job ads. They are usually listed under "Empleos" but may also be scattered all over the paper. Be sure to skim through the entire newspaper to avoid missing an interesting post. If you come across ads which do not specifically state what the job is about, you should be suspicious. More often than not, these ads are for rather dubious jobs. Your embassy or consulate, as well as your country's chamber of commerce, might also have a list of businesses and companies looking for employees from your home country.

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  • Dominican Republic's Economy

    It hasn't just been the tourism and travel sector but also the establishment of free trade zones that have given the economy a significant boost. The latter have attracted foreign investors, who have contributed to economic growth and created new jobs for locals and foreigners working in the Dominican Republic. These zones mostly focus on production in the fields of textiles, electronics, pharmaceuticals, and tobacco products.

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