DR: Joint Operation in Santo Domingo Detains 385 Illegal Haitians

The undocumented Haitians had been in a housing improvement within the municipality of Santo Domingo East after they had been arrested in a joint operation by police, army and immigration forces. In line with Migration, the individuals arrested shall be subjected to Dominican immigration legal guidelines.

“The General Directorate of Migration [DGMRD], in conjunction with the Armed Forces and the National Police, has detained 385 undocumented Haitians during the surprise intervention that began this morning in Juan Bosch,” the Dominican state establishment reported on the social community Twitter.

The operation was carried out following a day of violence within the capital’s residential space when, in line with police stories, Haitian migrants threw stones at DGMRD brokers. Official stories indicated that the Migration inspectors had been about to confirm the legality of the paperwork of Haitians dwelling there.

DGMRD Director Basic Enrique Garcia informed native media that “unfortunately [on the morning of May 18] these illegals gathered in a gang and attacked with stones, sticks, machetes and other sharp objects a team of the General Directorate of Migration.”

The Basic Directorate of Migration (DGMRD) started an operation this Thursday with the intention of arresting unlawful Haitians within the nation within the Juan Bosch Metropolis of the Santo Domingo province.

Haiti’s everlasting sociopolitical and financial disaster results in a continuing migratory movement and, being a border nation, the Dominican Republic is its important vacation spot.

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