Dominican Republic passport

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Dominican Republic passport
Dominican Republic Passport.jpg
The front cover of a contemporary Dominican Republic passport. Biometric passports began to be issued in May 2004, however the Dominican Republic biometric passports do not carry the "chip inside" symbol EPassport logo.svg.
Issued by  Dominican Republic
Type of document Passport
Purpose Identification
Eligibility requirements Dominican Republic citizenship
Expiration 6 years after acquisition

Dominican Republic passports are issued to citizens of the Dominican Republic to travel outside of the country. Biometric passports began to be issued in May 2004, however the Dominican Republic biometric passports do not carry the "chip inside" symbol EPassport logo.svg.

Controversy[edit]

In May 2001, Kim Jong-nam, the son of North Korean dictator Kim Jong-il, was arrested at Narita International Airport, in Tokyo, Japan, travelling on a forged Dominican Republic passport. He was detained by immigration officials and later deported to the People's Republic of China. The incident caused Kim Jong-il to cancel a planned visit to China due to the embarrassment caused by the incident.[1]

References[edit]

  1. ^ Kim Jong-Il's Son Makes Pit-stop in Paris to Get Teeth Fixed from www.asianoffbeat.com 15 November 2007

See also[edit]



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