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Haiti - FLASH : Nearly 10,000 Haitians expelled or not allowed in DR (September)
06/10/2017 09:19:10

Haiti - FLASH : Nearly 10,000 Haitians expelled or not allowed in DR (September)
During the presentation of his report, Lieutenant General Máximo William Muñoz Delgado of the Directorate General of Migration (DGM) revealed that during September 2017, 9,332 foreigners [mostly of Haitian origin] were expelled or not admitted to the border and returned to their respective countries.

Of the 9,332 foreigners, 5,254 were denied access to the Dominican territory by trying to enter the country without a valid document and 4,069 foreigners living in an irregular migration situation on the Dominican territory were deported to their country of origin. Besides Haitian citizens (the vast majority) other foreigners in the same migratory situation were repatriated in coordination with the embassies of their respective countries. These citizens came from Albania, Belgium, Bulgaria, Cuba, Spain, the United States, the Netherlands, Portugal, Russia, Taiwan and Venezuela.

Lieutenant General Delgado reiterated his commitment to maintain strict control over the entry and exit of foreigners into Dominican territory.

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