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canadian permanent resident fly out of Detroit

by steph1419 Online Now Mar 18, 2007 at 8:08 PM

hi, we are planning a cruise to the caribbean next january. We are all Canadaian Citizens living in canada, my friend who is joining us, is from Venezuela holding a Venezuelan passport and has canadian permanent residancy. We want to fly out of Detroit airport in the USA, will he have a problem flying from Detroit to Dominican Republic???

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    RE: canadian permanent resident fly out of Detroit

    by YVRDave Online Now Mar 19, 2007 at 9:23 AM

    NATIONAL VENEZUELA (VE) /RESIDENCE CANADA (CA)
    TRANSIT U.S.A. (US)
    DESTINATION DOMINICAN REPUBLIC (DO)
    ALSO CHECK DESTINATION INFORMATION BELOW

    VISA TRANSIT U.S.A. (US)

    U.S. DEPARTMENT OF HOMELAND SECURITY, U.S. CUSTOMS AND BORDER
    PROTECTION (CBP) TEMPORARILY SUSPENDED BOTH THE US TRANSIT
    WITHOUT VISA (TWOV) AND INTERNATIONAL-TO-INTERNATIONAL (ITI)
    PROGRAMS UNTIL FURTHER NOTICE.
    THOSE INTENDING TO TRANSIT THE U.S.A. MUST COMPLY WITH ENTRY
    REQUIREMENTS. PLEASE MAKE ENTRIES APPLICABLE TO DESTINATION
    U.S.A.

    ALL PASSENGERS ARRIVING FROM ANY COUNTRY, EXCEPT THOSE
    PRE-INSPECTED IN CANADA, MUST DEPLANE THE AIRCRAFT AND PROCEED
    DIRECTLY TO EITHER THE FEDERAL INSPECTION SERVICES (FIS) AREA
    FOR INSPECTION, OR TO AN CBP-APPROVED (CUSTOMS AND BORDER
    PROTECTION) IN-TRANSIT/PROGRESSIVE CLEARANCE LOUNGE. THOSE
    PASSENGERS GOING TO THE IN-TRANSIT/PROGRESSIVE CLEARANCE
    LOUNGE WILL GO THROUGH A CBP INSPECTION.
    UNTIL FURTHER NOTICE, ALL IN-TRANSIT PASSENGERS AND PASSENGERS
    ON PROGRESSIVE FLIGHTS WILL BE INSPECTED AT THE FIRST U.S.
    PORT OF ARRIVAL. THIS SUPERSEDES PREVIOUS IN-TRANSIT PASSENGER
    PROCESSES. THESE NEW PROCEDURES ALSO REQUIRE CBP INSPECTION OF
    PROGRESSIVE FLIGHTS (FLIGHTS CLEARING PASSENGERS AT MORE THAN
    ONE PORT) AT THE FIRST PORT.

    NON-COMPLIANCE WITH TRANSIT REQUIREMENTS WILL RESULT IN FINES
    VARYING BETWEEN USD 2,000 AND USD 3,000 PER PASSENGER AT
    TRANSIT POINT (DETENTION COSTS AT CARRIER'S EXPENSE).
    FINES FOR INCOMPLETE/INACCURATELY FILLED OUT I-94W FORMS ARE USD 1,000.- PER PASSENGER.

    VISA DESTINATION DOMINICAN REPUBLIC (DO)

    ...... NORMAL PASSPORTS ONLY ......
    PASSPORT REQUIRED.

    VISA NOT REQUIRED FOR A MAX. STAY OF 30 DAYS, PROVIDED HOLDING
    TOURIST CARD (ISSUED ON ARRIVAL). NO PHOTOS REQUIRED.
    FEE: USD 10.-.
    EXTENSION POSSIBLE FOR A STAY OF 90 DAYS. FEE: DOP 62.40.
    FURTHER EXTENSIONS POSSIBLE.

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