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Thread: Illegal Foreigners No Longer Educated

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    Quote Originally Posted by belmont View Post
    The DR will never allow an outside agency to provide these kids with an education. They will fear these kids will receive a better education than the Dominican kids.
    Educate them in the same schools just provide the money to the Dominican education system.

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    From today's DR1 news summary:

    This is not explained in the text, because if there were children, the Constitution of the Republic (Art. 63) says that the right to education is universal and everyone who resides in Dominican territory, regardless of status, has the right to primary education," he said.

    Dominican Republic News & Travel Information Service


    Is the Dominican Constitution still in effect?

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    Petitioning the Canadian government is a better idea Bob

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    Quote Originally Posted by La Rubia View Post
    From today's DR1 news summary:

    This is not explained in the text, because if there were children, the Constitution of the Republic (Art. 63) says that the right to education is universal and everyone who resides in Dominican territory, regardless of status, has the right to primary education," he said.

    Dominican Republic News & Travel Information Service


    Is the Dominican Constitution still in effect?
    The article is not clear if they are talking about all schooling or high school/post secondary only.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Africaida View Post
    Petitioning the Canadian government is a better idea Bob
    ???????????????????? I don't understand you comment. Enlighten me.

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    Aceleron: Sure let's do that...and in your perfect world they will just go away. Let's bury our heads in the sand and pretend they just don't exist and if we don't educate them then their families won't come and they will just leave. We can see how well that's worked out so far...

    Rubia: What constitution? If it actually existed the education system would be getting 4% of the budget as mandated.

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    Simple, the UN doesn't give money to any educational system as far as I know.

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    Quote Originally Posted by bob saunders View Post
    The article is not clear if they are talking about all schooling or high school/post secondary only.
    There in lies the debate?

    Also wondering how many legal immigrant "gringos" are doing the following:

    It was noted that the requirement for the normalization of the immigration status of the foreign student is established in Article 81, paragraph g.

    Among the requirements stipulated in this article are: possession of a student visa issued by the Dominican consulate in his/her country of origin; a passport with at least 18 months of validity; proof of acceptance in the school to which he/she has been admitted; medical insurance and proof of economic solvency for covering study and living expenses.

    The regulations stipulate that the maximum stay in the country under this condition is one year, with can be extended according to the plan of studies.

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    Good move. USA could use this.

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    Quote Originally Posted by bob saunders View Post
    Educate them in the same schools just provide the money to the Dominican education system.
    And who shall the US ask for reimbursement for the undocumented students they educate? Mexico? the DR? The UN?

    If the US stopped educating the undocumented currently enrolled in it's schools, there'd be protests from the representatives of many governments, firstly Mexico, followed quickly by the Dominican Republic.

    The burden to the country by not educating illegals is going to increase, not decrease by keeping children out of school.

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