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iciHaiti - DR : 553 Haitians arrested, 338 deportees to Haiti
11/07/2018 09:42:17

iciHaiti - DR : 553 Haitians arrested, 338 deportees to Haiti
Continuing its daily migratory control operations throughout the Dominican territory, the Directorate General of Migration (DGM) arrested 553 Haitians in different localities.

On the instructions of Lieutenant General Máximo William Muñoz Delgado, teams of inspectors and DGM agents were deployed, with the support of the military and in coordination with the Public Prosecution in the areas of Alma Rosa, Cancino Adentro and Los Mina and Ensanche Ozama in Santo Domingo Eest, Buena Vista I and II, Guaricano, Villa Mella and Punta in Santo Domingo North , in addition to Buenos Aires de Herrera, Las Caobas and Manoguayabo in Santo Domingo West, where 108 Haitians were arrested and controlled . At the same time, immigration interdiction teams conducted similar operations in several communities in the National District (149 Haitians controlled), Nagua (152) and La Romana (144).

After verifications, 338 Haitian nationals in irregular migratory situation out of the 553 controlled were taken to the border posts of Elías Piña and Dajabón for deportation to Haiti. In addition, four Venezuelans, who were also controlled as illegals, were taken to the Haina Reception Center to begin the process of deportation to their country.

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