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jamesbond.johndoe

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Re: Fingerprinting Delays at POP Airport
« Reply #30 on: January 30, 2018, 10:55:19 PM »
Spoke with my friend that works at the airport in immigration. Yes pop is moving toward fingerprinting like SD which has been in place for years.

Problems :
Felonies
DEA
FBI
Child Support issues
child trafficking

will get you turned around I will get you a complete list tomorrow

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Re: Fingerprinting Delays at POP Airport
« Reply #31 on: January 31, 2018, 03:55:39 AM »
Spoke with my friend that works at the airport in immigration. Yes pop is moving toward fingerprinting like SD which has been in place for years.

It makes sense.  A country can turn you back on a felony if they choose too.  Do not have to let you in if they feel your are undesirable to them.  Their discretion even if in the past.  Child support could get a few turned back.  You cannot really bitch about it that is your fuck up...world does not have to have sympathy if you fuck up.... 

Problems :
Felonies
DEA
FBI
Child Support issues
child trafficking

will get you turned around I will get you a complete list tomorrow
« Last Edit: January 31, 2018, 04:18:01 AM by Saint »

dawkins

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Re: Fingerprinting Delays at POP Airport
« Reply #32 on: January 31, 2018, 02:44:58 PM »
Just got back,  They stopped our plane as we were leaving to put a gringo back on home to the The USA .

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Re: Fingerprinting Delays at POP Airport
« Reply #33 on: January 31, 2018, 03:40:39 PM »
Just got back,  They stopped our plane as we were leaving to put a gringo back on home to the The USA .

Damn. They aint playing. I hope they aint looking at juve records too.  I wonder what happens if there isn't any room on the plane........

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Re: Fingerprinting Delays at POP Airport
« Reply #34 on: January 31, 2018, 08:29:37 PM »
Damn what he do ??? What the hell

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Re: Fingerprinting Delays at POP Airport
« Reply #35 on: February 01, 2018, 01:31:39 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
@vpchill my brother i have seen you on here for awhile. The friend you speak of i went to school with "SMALL WORLD" the two trips match, the date on the 18th match. He hit me up on fb chat just as he landed home. Hit me up in a email or ill contact you threw him. We need to meet for next trip and share stories lmao

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Re: Fingerprinting Delays at POP Airport
« Reply #36 on: February 01, 2018, 06:11:27 PM »
I was there two weeks ago and no Canadians were fingerprinted.  Is this only for Americans?

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Re: Fingerprinting Delays at POP Airport
« Reply #37 on: February 01, 2018, 10:55:36 PM »
I was there two weeks ago and no Canadians were fingerprinted.  Is this only for Americans?
It's supposedly all international visitors. They implemented the process on January 26, 2018 according to reports.

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Re: Fingerprinting Delays at POP Airport
« Reply #38 on: February 01, 2018, 11:48:55 PM »
I was there two weeks ago and no Canadians were fingerprinted.  Is this only for Americans?
It's supposedly all international visitors. They implemented the process on January 26, 2018 according to reports.


I went through there on January 25. 

There were at least 2 planes in line.  Mine was from Miami so mostly Americans  and some Dominicans and the other was from Canada.

Not everyone was being fingerprinted but they were fingerprinting both Americans and Canadians.

Not sure how they were deciding who got fingerprinted and who didn't.  My thought was they were going through the process for anyone that had not had it done before in order to obtain that information but not exactly sure if that how they decided or not

Since they had not done it with me before the process took a little longer since they were acquiring the scans rather than merely reading them.

I would suspect my next times through they will either read mine or not do it all but who knows.

The scans were not a big deal to me it just slowed things down alot.
 

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Re: Fingerprinting Delays at POP Airport
« Reply #39 on: February 02, 2018, 07:56:00 AM »
Any idea if you have global entry and tsa Pre check if that will speed you through or let you skip altogether? I know global entry is really set up for u.s. customs but other countries are supposed to start recognizing and implementing it.

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Re: Fingerprinting Delays at POP Airport
« Reply #40 on: February 02, 2018, 10:41:31 AM »
Any idea if you have global entry and tsa Pre check if that will speed you through or let you skip altogether? I know global entry is really set up for u.s. customs but other countries are supposed to start recognizing and implementing it.

Not sure. 

I have global entry but quite frankly I don't see it working very well at POP.

The big thing with POP is that the kiosks have to keep working and if they were to implement it at POP they would likely only have a few kiosks and there is almost no chance they would keep them operating. 

At MIA there are always several of the kiosks out of service and it would be much worse at POP

Look at the kiosks you have to use with American on your way out at POP.  They almost never have all of them working.

We have always been used to getting through immigration at POP in a few minutes but that is not the norm in many places so perhaps it is just going to take longer to get through going forward.

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Re: Fingerprinting Delays at POP Airport
« Reply #41 on: February 02, 2018, 12:05:54 PM »
Any idea if you have global entry and tsa Pre check if that will speed you through or let you skip altogether? I know global entry is really set up for u.s. customs but other countries are supposed to start recognizing and implementing it.
Global Entry will help you quite a bit when entering the USA and not much in other countries, but having Global Entry should ensure you meet the criteria to gain admittance to foreign destinations. You cannot have Global Entry with felony convictions, child support problems, etc. It appears the Dominican Republic is staring their own database of undesirable individuals.

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Re: Fingerprinting Delays at POP Airport
« Reply #42 on: February 02, 2018, 02:05:36 PM »
I’m in line now for about an hour and half. Fingerprinting is definitely in effect and has customs backed up damn near to the gates

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Re: Fingerprinting Delays at POP Airport
« Reply #43 on: February 02, 2018, 08:09:14 PM »
I’m in line now for about an hour and half. Fingerprinting is definitely in effect and has customs backed up damn near to the gates
arrival or departure?

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Re: Fingerprinting Delays at POP Airport
« Reply #44 on: February 02, 2018, 09:40:43 PM »
I’m in line now for about an hour and half. Fingerprinting is definitely in effect and has customs backed up damn near to the gates
arrival or departure?

it was arrival. the computers kept going down too so that it didn't help. finally made it through. the villa is dope, stopped by the grocery store for some viddles, cruised the strip, ate at bourbon st, went to pica flor...and the night isn't even over yet.

 


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