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Thread: DGM arrests a bunch of undocumented foreigners in Bavavo

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    Default DGM arrests a bunch of undocumented foreigners in Bavavo

    looky here....
    and i don't see a Haitian in the bunch..........

    http://www.diariolibre.com/noticias/...ular-FI5749575

    Canadian..... and more
    This might get serious...........

    I can't count the number I know who wander around fearless of consequences

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    Default DGM arrests a bunch of undocumented foreigners in Bavavo

    DGM arrested the total of 19 illegal foreigners during various checks in bavaro area:
    http://www.diariolibre.com/noticias/...ular-FI5749575
    mainly venezuelans and other latinos but they also list one canadian.

    curiouser and curioser.

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    Beat you to the scoop..... see original thread on the subject...
    merge if appropriate

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    Arrested yes but makes no mention of deporting anyone. Sounds a bit like they are just
    harassing the competition.

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    deporting or forcing to comply..........??????

    seems benign, no deporting.... I don't think so.
    The message is clear..............to me

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    Quote Originally Posted by william webster View Post
    deporting or forcing to comply..........??????

    seems benign, no deporting.... I don't think so.
    The message is clear..............to me
    If it weren't so clo$e to Chri$tma$, I'd agree.

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    not my idea of fun.... any time of the year.

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    Quote Originally Posted by william webster View Post
    looky here....
    and i don't see a Haitian in the bunch..........

    http://www.diariolibre.com/noticias/...ular-FI5749575

    Canadian..... and more
    This might get serious...........

    I can't count the number I know who wander around fearless of consequences
    Might get serious? Yes, for those being here illegally and then breaking further laws. Just like in the huge country northwest of here that just elected a new president. Don't break the laws and you'll be fine. There are no mass roundups occurring. Stop scaring people. You can add me to the group that is fearless of consequences. If you entered this country legally, and don't commit crimes, you have nothing to worry about. I can't believe the amount of misinformation that has been allowed to freely flow through this forum over the last 5 years, but I am happy for it. Due to this misinformation it got me to move my butt and focus on becoming a poster, rather than just a reader. Again, please stop scaring people.

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    The only people who get scared are the ones who know they are doing something wrong and as a result are vulnerable. If you've got the right cards, you can go about your daily business and you don't have to worry about checkpoints, bank accounts, insurance or line ups at the airport.

    Those who insist on flying under the radar are free to do so. That tingle of apprehension that is present deep in their brains is of their own doing and they have to learn to live with it. If it scares them, they should make a change.

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    LOTS of Venezuelans come here on "vacation in Punta Cana" and end-up staying because they don't want to return to their homeland due to the current fiscal situation there...this will probably continue until Maduro is replaced with someone or something more reasonable for the country. Was recently at DGM in Santo Domingo and there were literally hundreds of Venezuelans in the waiting area to get their Residency Cards...all with worried looks on their faces!

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