Dominican Republic

PHOTO: Dominican Soldiers at Haiti-Dominican Border

PHOTO: Dominican Soldiers at Haiti-Dominican Border

Taaka a look at this photo... Dominican soldiers guarding the gate at Haiti-Dominican border crossing.

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Dominican Republic Immigration Entry Stamp from Haiti

Dominican Republic Immigration Entry Stamp from Haiti

When traveling to the Dominican Republic, you must have passport with at least one blank page for an immigration entry stamp.

This is required when visiting the Dominican Republic

If you are traveling from Haiti to the Dominican Republic, you also need to have a valid Dominican Visa on your passport as well.

What you're looking at is a Dominican Republic entry stamp from Elias Pina. This is for Haitians entering the Dominican Republic from Belladere.

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Surprise : There are more Dominican Immigrants living in the United States than Haitians

Surprise : There are more Dominican Immigrants living in the United States than Haitians

How many Migrants from Dominican Republic live in the United States? The number is surprisingly more than Haitian migrants...

Here is your in answer...

The number of migrants from the Dominican Republic living in the United States about 941,000

Compare that to Haitian Immigrants...

Also read: How many Migrants from HAITI live in the United States?

This information is based on an interactive map from the Migration Policy Institute.

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Dominicans burning the Haitian Flag / Dominicain ap boule drapo Haitien

Dominicans burning the Haitian Flag / Dominicain ap boule drapo Haitien

Look at this... Dominicans are burning the Haitian Flag... Men Dominicain yo ap boule drapo Haitien an...

This photo was posted on a Facebook page Patriotas en Contra de la Nueva Invasión Haitiana.

I don't know where this is going but it is not looking good!

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Diaro Libre - DR Newspaper - front page 19 Nov 2013

Diaro Libre - DR Newspaper - front page 19 Nov 2013

Domincan Newspaper Diaro Libre reports that the Dominican Republic strengthen its borders by sending more troops due to the 18 November 2013 protests that took place in Haiti's capital Port-au-Prince and various provinces.

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Build a wall to Separate Haiti and Dominican Republic

Build a wall to Separate Haiti and Dominican Republic

Dominican lawmakers suggest building a wall to separate Haiti and the Dominican Republic after Haitian authorities attempt to control contraband on their side by building a path to customs.

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Domimican Immigration Officials Chasing Haitians

Domimican Immigration Officials Chasing Haitians

Cell Phone Photo - Here is a photo of Dominican immigration officials chasing down Haitians in Santo Domingo.

This photo was taken in Santo Domingo Este MOnday, May 27, 2013, as a Dominican immigration bus stopped in front of a colmado and officials started running after anyone who is BLACK.

It you look on the left side of the picture, there is a house under construction, they even started climing the wall of that house to look for Haitians who apparently ran away...

Un-freakin-believable!

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An Eleveted Road In Santiago, Domincan Republic

An Eleveted Road In Santiago, Domincan Republic

Here is a photo of an elevated road in Santiago, Dominican Republic

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Haiti neg maron dominican flag olive branch

Haiti neg maron dominican flag olive branch

The relationship between Haiti and Dominican Republic is not all that bad.

Here is a photo of the Maroon statue of Haiti, Neg Mawon, the Dominican Flag with an olive branch.

We use this image to discuss the good topic and great stories between Haiti and the Dominican Republic

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Haiti Neg Mawon Dominican Flag On Fire

Haiti Neg Mawon Dominican Flag On Fire

Here is a photo of the Maroon statue of Haiti, Neg Mawon, and the Dominican Flag.

There is usually some sort of conflict going on between Haitians and Dominicans.

We use this image to discuss the heated debates and conflicts between Haiti and the Dominican Republic

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