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Haiti - DR : A little more than 80,000 Haitians deported or turned back in 7 months
08/08/2018 12:26:30

Haiti - DR : A little more than 80,000 Haitians deported or turned back in 7 months
The Directorate General of Migration (DGM) reported that 10,832 foreigners in irregular migration situation, had been deported to Haiti or returned to the border in July 2018, bringing to just over 80,000, the number of Haitians deported and not admitted to the Dominican territory since the beginning of the year (7 months).

More than 3,700 Haitians with irregular immigration status were deported following dozens of migratory control operations across the country and more than 7,000 were turned back at the border with Haiti as they tried to enter illegally on Dominican territory.

Note that a small number of foreigners of other nationalities (Brazil, China, Colombia, Hungary, Pakistan, Sweden, Venezuela and Vietnam) were also arrested in an irregular migration situation and were subjected to expulsion with the authorities of their country of origin.

With regard to the official and legal movement of persons at the land border, the DGM indicates that during the month of July, 24,133 entries and 20,133 exits were recorded, mainly at the Jimani border post where the largest flow of information was reported. people, followed by the border posts of Dajabón, Elías Piña and Pedernales.

Moreover, it should be remembered that the National Plan for the Regulation of Abroad (PNRE) and the extension of temporary residence cards granted to compatriots included in this plan has its final deadline on August 26, 2018. Most of the 239,000 Haitians who have not been able to regularize due to being unable to obtain the required documents promised by the Haitian authorities, will then be under threat of deportation.

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