Is a Visa needed in advance to come to Sosua Dominican Republic? Can you get one at the airport? Please do not allow the word Visa to confuse you, it truly is ambiguous. What you want to know is what is needed to have permission to Sosua Dominican Republic.
Questions that need answered, articles to be written:
2. Where, at the airport on arrival?
3. Before you enter at an Embassy of the country?
4. Time before you must enter with the visa?
5. How to renew the visa?
6. Can I extend my Sosua Dominican Republic Visa?
7. How long can I extend my Sosua Dominican Republic Visa?
8. How many times can I extend my Sosua Dominican Republic Visa?
9. Is there a Visa service at Sosua Dominican Republic that assist you in a continuous living at Sosua Dominican Republic?
A visa (from the Latin charta visa, lit. "paper that has been seen") is a document showing that a person is authorized to enter the territory for which it was issued, subject to permission of an immigration official at the time of actual entry. The authorization may be a document, but more commonly it is a stamp endorsed in the applicant's passport. Some countries do not require a visa in some situations, such as a result of reciprocal treaty arrangements. The country issuing the visa typically attaches various conditions of stay, such as the territory covered by the visa, dates of validity, period of stay, whether the visa is valid for more than one visit, etc.
A visa does not generally give a non-citizen any rights, including a right to enter a country or to remain there. The possession of a visa is not in itself a guarantee of entry into the country that issued it, and a visa can be revoked at any time. The visa process merely enables the host country to verify the identity of the visa applicant before, rather than coincident with, the entry of the applicant. Special permits may also be required, such as a residency permit or work permit. A visitor may also be required to undergo and pass security and/or health checks upon arrival at the border.
Visas are associated with the request for permission to enter (or exit) a country, and are thus, for some countries, distinct from actual formal permission for an alien to enter and remain in the country.
Some countries require that their citizens, and sometimes foreign travelers, obtain an exit visa in order to be allowed to leave the country.