Foreign Office updates entry rules for Dominican Republic

Dominican Republic entry rules
By Linsey McNeill
26/05/2023
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The Foreign Office has updated its travel advice for the Dominican Republic.

It says that, from June, British tourists must have at least six months left on their passports from the date they arrive.

Until 31 May, Brits can enter the Dominican Republic with a passport with less than six months validity, providing it is valid for the full proposed duration of their stay.

British citizens travelling to the country don’t need a visa for visits of up to 30 days.

Further information about the Dominican Republic entry rules can be found on the FCDO website.

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