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You heard right. It’s time for endless blue skies, sunny beaches, and the white sand of Punta Cana as far as the eye can see. The Dominican Republic is once again open for tourism.

However, it’s no secret to anyone that COVID-19 has made it quite difficult to travel. For this reason, the Dominican Republic has decided to launch the Dominican Republic e-ticket to allow different tourists to enter the country while taking all the necessary precautions.

So how do you get the e-ticket? Why do you need it? And how do you use it? We’re here to answer all your questions. Read on to learn how you can get your e-ticket for travel to the Dominican Republic quickly and easily. Be on your way to the beach in no time with iVisa.com's easy 3 step process.

What is the Dominican Republic eticket?

The Dominican Republic eTicket is the digital form required by multiple institutions to enter or leave the Dominican Republic. It combines the Traveler’s Health Affidavit, Customs Declaration, and International Embarkations in just one single document. (It does not replace a visa.)

Who needs the Dominican Republic e-ticket?

Anyone who wants to enter or leave the Dominican Republic has to complete it, whether they’re a national or a visitor. Consequently, all tourists are obliged to apply for the Dominican Republic eTicket to enter and exit the country legally and safely.

Although, take into account that if you are traveling with your family, you can apply one time and fill out the form with all the information of your other family members including minors.

Start your application here.

When should I apply for the Dominican Republic eTicket?

You can apply for the Dominican Republic eTicket at any time–even on the same day that you travel. If you apply more than 60 days in advance, we’ll keep your application on hold and submit it for you when you're eligible to apply. Applying in advance is a great way to reduce travel stress and stay on top of your plans.

How long is the Dominican Republic eTicket valid for?

The e Ticket is a single entry document and is only valid on entry to the Dominican Republic, so you must apply for one each time you travel to the country.

The form can be filled out 72 hours before arrival to the Dominican Republic, until right before going through immigration you will have time to fill it out, but leaving it to the last minute is not recommended.

What documents will I need to apply for the e Ticket?

Unlike other online visa services, iVisa’s doesn’t require a pile of documents. All you need is your personal information, passport details, confirmed flight information, email address and a credit or debit card to pay the fees. We’ll take care of the rest.

How to apply for the Dominican Republic eTicket

We’re glad you asked. It’s a super simple process to fill out one single Dominican Republic e Ticket digital form. And with iVisa.com, it only takes a few minutes.

First, click on the Apply Now! button to access the e-ticket form through the electronic ticket portal. You’ll need to provide health and flight information from a confirmed flight ticket, as well as general information such as:

  • Estimated start of your trip

  • Estimated end of your trip

  • Email address - We will use this to communicate with you at any point if we need to and you will receive your confirmed document via email.

Then, you’ll fill out applicant information. Make sure to have your passport handy! This information includes:

  • Name

  • Gender

  • Date of birth

  • Passport number

  • Passport issue date

  • Passport expiration

  • Nationality

  • Country of birth

  • Country of residence

All of this form filling pertains to you. If you want to add another person in your party to the application and save time, you can click “Add Another Person.”

After you’ve filled out your information, you can select a processing time. The standard time is one day. But if you’re really in a bind, you can select an option that processes in only 30 minutes.

iVisa.com also offers additional services to guarantee entry to your destination and help secure your trip. One of these services includes processing a new application for no additional processing fees. Another includes registering all US travelers with the US Embassy– something that comes in handy in case of any major travel emergencies such as losing your passport, notification of evacuation in the area, etc.

After you verify the spelling of the information you’ve offered, proceed with the payment, and upload your documents, you can submit the form through the e-ticket portal and wait for your document. No fuss, we handle the bureaucratic and time-consuming part. And any safety hazards. Because as you can see, you don’t need to go to any embassy, meaning that you won’t risk your health with the COVID-19 pandemic.

What does the e Ticket cost and how long does it take to process?

Technically, you can get your Dominican Republic eTicket for free! However, it may be tedious for you to do it on your own because of its lengthy and ambiguous language. If you want to avoid the headache of completing boring paperwork, we recommend you use [iVisa.com] because our team will be ready to help you at any time while you wait comfortably at home.

iVisa.com’s safe, fast, and secure application and processing will get you the biggest bang for your buck, ensuring a smooth trip. As we mentioned, the price depends on which processing service you choose and whether you add on additional services.

  • Standard Processing Option: This is the least expensive alternative (USD $66.99) that will be useful if you’re not in a rush (24 hours).

  • Rush Processing Option: With this alternative you’ll obtain your document in less time (4 hours), but you’ll have to pay a bit more (USD $122.99).

  • Super Rush Processing Option: This is an excellent option if you’re in a rush (30 minutes) because you will receive your document quite fast (USD $208.99).

How do you display your form

Please keep in mind that because you’ll get your official travel document via email, you have to be sure to provide a valid email address. Once you receive it, you’re free to print it (having physical forms can make travel easier in case of a technological mishap), download it, or just have it on your phone. Remember that once you’re at the airport the authorities will ask for it. Be prepared to show it in one of those physical or digital forms.

We also recommend that you follow government health protocols while traveling for your own safety. You can visit the FAQs below to view quarantine rules in the Dominican Republic.

Final tips

  • Remember that this document DOES NOT replace a visa. If your country requires a visa, the immigration officers will ask for your Visa when you enter the Dominican Republic.

  • At the airport, you must show your ticket with the associated QR Code to the Dominican Republic Health Authorities.

  • Unvaccinated passengers will be randomly tested on arrival.

  • Information collected on the form will be held for contact tracing purposes for 30 days.

And that’s it! Ready to get started? Apply here! And have a wonderful trip to the Dominican Republic.

Who can I speak to if I have more questions?

If you need to talk to one of our experts about your Dominican Republic e Ticket application or the travel document, we have a customer service team that can be contacted 24 hours a day or you can contact us on WhatsApp.

Required Documents to Apply

  • None

Important Instructions

  • As part of the measures taken by the Government, all travelers must complete the Dominican Republic eTicket to enter or exit the country.

  • The eTicket combines the Traveler’s Health Affidavit, Customs Declaration, and International Embarkation/Disembarkation forms.

  • Keep in mind that this document DOES NOT replace a visa. If your country requires a visa, the immigration officers will ask for your Visa when you enter the Dominican Republic.

  • At the airport, you must show your ticket with the associated QR Code to the Dominican Republic Health Authorities.

  • Unvaccinated passengers will be randomly tested on arrival.

  • Information collected on the form will be held for contact tracing purposes for 30 days.


You can contact us if you get an error while making the application. We have an excellent team of visa experts that will be glad to help you figure out what you need. So just one click will help.
This is unlikely to happen; however, we recommend that you read the information you are placing in the application very well and fill in everything that is required. If for some reason the application is canceled or rejected, we will review what the error is, so don’t worry.
Yes, it is required to fill out an e-Ticket or paper form when entering, even if it is for transiting or exiting the Dominican Republic.
If you’ve made a mistake in the app, you can still fix it if you haven’t clicked the send button. Once the application is submitted, the immigration service of the Dominican Republic comes in to review your documentation. We recommend that you read the information you share in the application twice to rest assured when submitting your e-ticket request. However, before sending your request, our team checks that everything is complete and in order and then sends it.
We’re here for you if you haven’t received your application confirmation yet. Please write to us and tell us about the situation. We’ll go in and check what’s going on.
At iVisa, we understand that your time is valuable, and we strive to provide you with the fastest service possible. Our processing times are estimated based on the average duration it takes governments to process visa applications. These estimated times begin from the moment we receive all the correct information for your application until you receive your visa. While we work diligently to expedite the process, it’s important to note that we are reliant on the processing times set by the government authorities.
  • iVisa is NOT affiliated with any government agency. This site does not provide legal advice and we are not a law firm. None of our customer service representatives are lawyers and they also do not provide legal advice. We are a private, internet-based travel and immigration consultancy provider dedicated to helping individuals travel around the world. You may apply by yourself directly on the various government websites. The source of information: https://migracion.gob.do/en/

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