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Thread: DGM Migration deports undocumented aliens from 13 countries

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    Default DGM Migration deports undocumented aliens from 13 countries




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    RESS RELEASE Migration deports thousands of undocumented aliens from 13 countries Suman 22 thousand 47 deportations of foreigners in what goes of the current management. Santo Domingo.- The General Directorate of Migration (DGM) reported that 8,383 citizens were deported to their respective countries in the period between January and March 2017. Foreigners who were in an irregular situation in the Dominican Republic were detained In 285 operations carried out in different parts of the country, from the beginning of the current year to the date by provision of the general director of the institution, Lieutenant General Máximo William Muñoz Delgado. Most of the citizens came from Haiti and Venezuela. They were also deported, in coordination with the embassies of their respective nations, undocumented immigrants from Albania, Armenia, France, India, Iran, Panama, Syria, Peru, Cuba, Puerto Rico and Colombia. A report from the institution reveals that in the period from August to December 2016, 123 citizens were repatriated by the Las Americas International Airport (AILA) and 13,541 by the land route on the Dominican-Haitian border, totaling a total Of 22 thousand 047 the deportations of foreigners in what goes of the current management. The General Directorate of Migration reiterates that it will remain firm in its commitment to control the entry and exit of foreigners to Dominican territory, considering that the migratory movement must be harmonized with the needs of the national development. OFFICE OF COMMUNICATION 03-23-2017

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    How about a link to the original article instead of this travesty of a translation

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    Quote Originally Posted by Polar Bear View Post
    How about a link to the original article instead of this travesty of a translation
    Here you go:

    https://www.migracion.gob.do/Public/...d=35&menuid=44

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    Notice that there is no mention of any Canadians, Americans, or North Europeans... except a few from France... maybe they were a little bit to tanned...

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    Quote Originally Posted by charlise View Post
    Notice that there is no mention of any Canadians, Americans, or North Europeans... except a few from France... maybe they were a little bit to tanned...
    True.

    But, the article mentions countries and Puerto Ricans. Perhaps someone ought to inform Migracion and/or the newspaper that Puerto Rico is not a country.

    Perhaps next roundup they will include Floridians.....from.....Florida, of course lol.


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    Quote Originally Posted by playacaribe2 View Post
    True.

    But, the article mentions countries and Puerto Ricans. Perhaps someone ought to inform Migracion and/or the newspaper that Puerto Rico is not a country.

    Perhaps next roundup they will include Floridians.....from.....Florida, of course lol.


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    So there have been Americans that were deported.

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    Quote Originally Posted by playacaribe2 View Post
    But, the article mentions countries and Puerto Ricans. Perhaps someone ought to inform Migracion and/or the newspaper that Puerto Rico is not a country.
    Many US citizens don't even know PR isn't a country, why should they know it here in DR? Can't tell you how many times I heard that SCoTUS Justice Sotomayor's parents were immigrants from PR...

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    Quote Originally Posted by Jaime809 View Post
    Many US citizens don't even know PR isn't a country, why should they know it here in DR? Can't tell you how many times I heard that SCoTUS Justice Sotomayor's parents were immigrants from PR...
    I don't know if you have ever seen Puerto Rican television. Wapa is available in most cable packages. You would be surprise how often Puerto Rican media refer to PR as 'el país,' especially in the news.

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    Case in point, here is a weather man giving Puerto Rican weather news. Listen carefully how he refers to the island at about 0:08 seconds into the video.



    ...en el norte, también la zona del este del país (sounds more like dell paeee)...

    ...in the north, also in the eastern area of the country... (and then he shows a map of Puerto Rico to show how the rain is moving through those areas of the country.)
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    That's because PR would like to be DR.

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