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    Default All illegals report to the nearest church

    The head of the corrupt police and interior ministry is threatening illegal foreigners to get "regularized"t get by June 1. From Dominican Today. Fadul said" the idea is to fulfill all procedures and work in coordination with the churches, neighborhood groups and social organizations, “so that no one is abused.” All of the Russian Mafia, pedophiles and drug criminals the DR has welcomed can stay. Illegals are directed to the nearest church and give themselves up. The part about" so that no one is abused" makes me suspicious.
    What is this, a thinly disguised move against the Haitians living here?

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    Noooooooo, what on earth would make u think that??????

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    What I also find interesting is that it states in the Plan de Regularizacion that you have up to 18 months to apply...

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    Regularize or leave, top official warns illegal foreigners


    Santo Domingo.- Interior and Police minister José Ramón Fadul warned Thursday that foreigners residing illegally must leave the country if they fail to register for the Regularization Plan by June 1.

    He said all undocumented foreigners must adhere to Dominican Republic’s immigration laws. "There are 18 immigration categories, so we’ll open the regularisation plan that will be more positive and transparent to gain the people’s confidence and go to the places to register in the plan and regularize their status."

    Fadul said the idea is to fulfill all procedures and work in coordination with the churches, neighborhood groups and social organizations, “so that no one is abused.”

    "Those who fail to submit to the Regularisation Plan will be illegal and must return to their country, that’s elementary. I ask what country in the world allows the illegal to stay," he said.

    He denied that international organizations and pro Haiti sectors press the Government. “Nobody pressures President Medina, as he said in his speech during CELAC in Havana, neither big nor small, we’re a sovereign country."


    http://www.dominicantoday.com/dr/loc...gal-foreigners

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    The regularization plan is for ALL ILLEGALS regardless of nationality.

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    When there is a problem and the Dominican Government doesn't do anything there is an issue. When there is a problem and the Dominican Government does something there is an issue.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Sosua Sonny View Post
    When there is a problem and the Dominican Government doesn't do anything there is an issue. When there is a problem and the Dominican Government does something there is an issue.
    Agreed. Damned if you do, damned if you don't.

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    Quote Originally Posted by KateP View Post
    What I also find interesting is that it states in the Plan de Regularizacion that you have up to 18 months to apply...
    We will have to wait and see if the 18 months will now be included in the regularization plan.

    This is what was said before all this continuous pressure the DR has been receiving from local and
    abroad. According to the "previous" regularization plan it is suppose to START in June. But now
    it's being said BY June. If this is the case, it looks like the DR gov't is fed up with it and will not
    be extending the grace period of 18 months and wants to hurry up and get this mess cleared up.

    But like I said we will wait and see, maybe it was a typo in translation and instead of BY June 1st meant ON June 1st.

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    Does regularization mean applying for residency? What are the 18 immigration categories?

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    Quote Originally Posted by vida View Post
    Does regularization mean applying for residency? What are the 18 immigration categories?
    We do not know yet what the 18 categories are(the gov't will say soon). According to the categories
    you will know which one will correspond to you and what you must do.

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