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Re: Fingerprinting Delays at POP Airport
« Reply #15 on: January 30, 2018, 07:10:31 AM »
Departed from POP yesterday without any fingerprinting.

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Re: Fingerprinting Delays at POP Airport
« Reply #16 on: January 30, 2018, 10:06:55 AM »
It’s being done at Santo Domingo airport.  I got here two days ago.  I don’t think it’s a SuperBowl thing for all the brothas coming thru Puerto Plata lol
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Re: Fingerprinting Delays at POP Airport
« Reply #17 on: January 30, 2018, 10:40:29 AM »
You actually can travel with a warrant I believe. But this was an Isolated case.
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Re: Fingerprinting Delays at POP Airport
« Reply #18 on: January 30, 2018, 11:45:08 AM »
They did it in Santo Domingo when I came in on the early morning flight, they did it to everyone on the flight, Dominicans and Gringos. I do not think anything much of it. They also did it to us all at the airport here in the States when I returned. Just go with the flow, if you have nothing to hide.

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Re: Fingerprinting Delays at POP Airport
« Reply #19 on: January 30, 2018, 02:03:56 PM »
Ok Yall Ready
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Re: Fingerprinting Delays at POP Airport
« Reply #20 on: January 30, 2018, 02:06:33 PM »
What's g yall??  Got info on my friends rejected entry in DR from when we traveled on the 18th of this month.

Turns out very recently the US has been sharing more and more info with the international community.  If you have skeletons in ur closet (not candy bar or bike theft) you can be denied entry into any countrt.....it will be up to the c country to decide if they want to allow you to enter.

He has spoken with the US embassy in Santo Domingo and the Dominican consulate in NYC and this was info he got

His situation is odd
And semi confusing
I do say to anyone that has any type tier 1 or 2 felony conviction(s) to be aware

We are working with a lawyer friend of mine to see what can be done.  The Dominican consulate informed him that this is something new that the US just starting sharing this info recently about convicted criminals throughout the international community.

He traveled there twice with me within last yr and never had an issue ....was rejected this time because of new info US is starting to share

Major drug, gun, and any sex crime is what they are looking for as a way to reject individuals
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Re: Fingerprinting Delays at POP Airport
« Reply #21 on: January 30, 2018, 02:07:20 PM »
That resolves that.. Whatever HOMIE had in his past, That is why he was returned.. It is up to the country to deny you
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Re: Fingerprinting Delays at POP Airport
« Reply #22 on: January 30, 2018, 02:44:01 PM »
Diablo coño lol

This guy hired a lawyer to try to regain enterance into RD!!!! Waw
RD chicas got him by the balls bruhhh

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Re: Fingerprinting Delays at POP Airport
« Reply #23 on: January 30, 2018, 02:45:13 PM »
Well you never want to be banned from a country and its more so to make sure it doesnt happen again.
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Re: Fingerprinting Delays at POP Airport
« Reply #24 on: January 30, 2018, 03:24:16 PM »
Well you never want to be banned from a country and its more so to make sure it doesnt happen again.


I know dudes that travel to the DR with back CS, and as long as they kept it within a certain amount, there is not red flag and their passport is still active.
Anytime you take a International flight, your passport is ran before your boarding pass is even printed. So it has to be what VP stated, they are getting criminal
records from the USA now.   It's kind of fucked up you good enough for the USA to leave the country, but when you show up in the DR you're not good to enter their
country.  They need to pass this information to the airlines of entry requirement so dudes can see if they qualify to even get into the country.  That is BS what happen to
dude after he paid for his flight already.

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Re: Fingerprinting Delays at POP Airport
« Reply #25 on: January 30, 2018, 03:26:55 PM »
Santiago started fingerprinting a few years ago. I was fingerprinted the first time I came through there but I have not been fingerprinted the last 3 or 4 times traveling into that airport. If POP is moving towards that....hopefully it is just a one time thing like Santiago

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Re: Fingerprinting Delays at POP Airport
« Reply #26 on: January 30, 2018, 04:29:29 PM »
Yea that had to be done crazy shit he did that's on the brothers record.To get denied entry from a prior conviction. It's not like he's a terrorist or something or wanted in the USA ..I feel like they made an example of him .We don't want you here ..based off your record ...

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Re: Fingerprinting Delays at POP Airport
« Reply #27 on: January 30, 2018, 06:59:57 PM »
I came through POP on the the 25th of January and they were doing a digital fingerprint scan but not everyone was being scanned. 

Not sure if they were only doing it if you have not been done before to get the information or if it was just random.

Anyway it added a good 60 seconds to the process and when you multiple that out it made for the longest lines I have ever seen there.

Hopefully it is not a sign of longer waits or just a one time process

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Re: Fingerprinting Delays at POP Airport
« Reply #28 on: January 30, 2018, 07:26:14 PM »
I came through POP on the the 25th of January and they were doing a digital fingerprint scan but not everyone was being scanned. 

Not sure if they were only doing it if you have not been done before to get the information or if it was just random.

Anyway it added a good 60 seconds to the process and when you multiple that out it made for the longest lines I have ever seen there.

Hopefully it is not a sign of longer waits or just a one time process
Members from another board similar to this one are reporting the same thing. Additionally, numerous members of TripAdvisor are commenting about the process. When you say it adds sixty seconds, you mean sixty seconds per passenger, correct? One person on TripAdvisor stated POP had six lanes open. If you have a small aircraft with 120 people, then that adds 20 minutes for the one aircraft. It's obviously best to pay for your entry fee in advance since this keeps you out of that line and moving directly to the scanner line. This is certainly one situation where being in the front of the aircraft proves beneficial.

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Re: Fingerprinting Delays at POP Airport
« Reply #29 on: January 30, 2018, 10:32:52 PM »
I came through POP on the the 25th of January and they were doing a digital fingerprint scan but not everyone was being scanned. 

Not sure if they were only doing it if you have not been done before to get the information or if it was just random.

Anyway it added a good 60 seconds to the process and when you multiple that out it made for the longest lines I have ever seen there.

Hopefully it is not a sign of longer waits or just a one time process
Members from another board similar to this one are reporting the same thing. Additionally, numerous members of TripAdvisor are commenting about the process. When you say it adds sixty seconds, you mean sixty seconds per passenger, correct? One person on TripAdvisor stated POP had six lanes open. If you have a small aircraft with 120 people, then that adds 20 minutes for the one aircraft. It's obviously best to pay for your entry fee in advance since this keeps you out of that line and moving directly to the scanner line. This is certainly one situation where being in the front of the aircraft proves beneficial.


Yes about 60 seconds additional to scan one person give or take because the scanners to read the fingerprints don't always read correctly so it takes several tries.

I imagine as they hone the process it will get faster.  Not sure if I would have to be scanned each time i come or not.  It felt like they were capturing the information on me this time so it took longer but next time for me it will be faster as they will be scanning and matching my fingerprints rather than capturing the information.

Kinda like global entry.  when you sign up they do a scan to get your fingerprints and it took time but now they just read it and match and it only takes seconds.

But you are confused about one thing.  The entry fee line had nothing to do with the delay.  That line took less than 2 minutes to get through.  It was the next line where they scan your passport and admit you to the country that took awhile so buying your entry fee online in advance will save you little time in POP as that line is never very long.

It's all part of the process.

 


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