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    Default Dominican official warns again, regularize or you will leave.

    As the time is drawing nearer, in about 2 weeks, Interior and Police Minister
    warns immigrants.


    Regularize or leave, Dominican Republic official warns immigrants


    Santo Domingo.- Interior and Police minister José Ramón Fadul revealed at the National Palace Tuesday that the naturalization bill is the result of a consensus and in the hands of president Danilo Medina to send to Congress.

    He called the legislation "patriotic," which once signed into law, every person covered under its provisions will have to comply. "Those who fail to abide by the regulation and who aren’t subjected to the law have to return to their country, whoever they are."

    The official said however that the Government’s priority is the National Regularization Plan ordered by Constitutional Court ruling 168-13.

    Speaking at the National Palace after meeting with Presidency Legal adviser Cesar Pina, Fadul said it’s now up to Medina to submit the bill to Congress.

    "The President, who’s a deliberating, wise man, of humane and patriotic fabric, defends national sovereignty as the whole world can see, is going to do what’s best for our country and will not bow to pressure from minority or majority groups or national or foreign forces," Fadul said. “The law is the law... for everyone".

    He said the regularization of foreigners starts in June nationwide.

    "This plan makes it possible to start regularizing the country's irregular immigrants, not only Haitians; There are Americans, Colombians, Cubans, Arabs, Spaniards, there’s everything, I think there are 79 different ones” (nationalities).


    http://www.dominicantoday.com/dr/loc...rns-immigrants


    Dice Ley de Naturalización*está en manos del Presidente - listindiario.com

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    This guy can not regularize even his own family members, his nephew was sent to jail last week for posting his ex–girlfriend's nude pics on the Internet.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Hernandez View Post
    This guy can not regularize even his own family members, his nephew was sent to jail last week for posting his ex–girlfriend's nude pics on the Internet.
    Since when is anyone in charge of what their nephew does?

    The DR has every right to set up its own immigration policy however it sees fit as long as those laws do not violate any existing agreements.
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    I wondered if anyone in the government has realized there are many longtime expats who have no current passport and no fundsto buy a ticket if they are deported. Pretty certain the airlines will not pick up the tab. Hmmm?

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    I'm not sure that deported persons need to pay..... free ride home from many countries

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    When a state chooses to deport someone, that state pays the transportation costs. The country the person is being deported to must first agree to accept them though.

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    Abuela, the gov't will make provisions for those who do not have the funds to purchase airline tickets. All of that has been taken into consideration. They will release that info soon.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Cdn_Gringo View Post
    When a state chooses to deport someone, that state pays the transportation costs. The country the person is being deported to must first agree to accept them though.
    If they are citizens of that country they have to accept them. No ifs, ands or buts about it.

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    Quote Originally Posted by bronzeallspice View Post
    If they are citizens of that country they have to accept them. No ifs, ands or buts about it.
    This poses an interesting point. There may be some who will not say where they are from for one reason or another. It will be interesting to see how they are dealt with.

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    Quote Originally Posted by windeguy View Post
    This poses an interesting point. There may be some who will not say where they are from for one reason or another. It will be interesting to see how they are dealt with.
    It is interesting. But I doubt if officials will say how. After all I also wondered how other countries have dealt with it too. I'm sure they have their ways.

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