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Dominican Republic: New registration procedure for foreign employees

Dominican Republic: New registration, foreign employees

Guidance in the Dominican Republic provides that foreign employees who do not have possession of an identification (ID) card but are residing in the Dominican territory under a “regular migratory status” may be registered in the “single systems for information and collection” (SUIR) using one of three alternative legal documents.


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Once registration is completed and approved, the employer must proceed with registration of the foreign employee in the SUIR system.


Read a December 2016 report [PDF 321 KB] prepared by the KPMG member firm in the Dominican Republic: The Treasury and the Social Security Administration enable a new registration procedure for foreign employees

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