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    Haiti deported 7 undocumented dominicans

    <abbr class="published" title="2012-07-30T14:10:21+00:00" style="border: none; ">JULY 30, 2012

    SANTIAGO, DR Seven Dominicans residing for two, three and six years in Cap-Haitian were arrested by the police and then repatriated to the Dominican Republic because they were working in the country without documents.This information was later confirmed to the Press by the Cap-Haitian police.Manuel Santos, who resides in Santiago, said that he had been working in a workshop of mechanics of Cap-HaITIAN.</abbr>

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    10 to 15 dominicans arrested and repatriated daily at the haitian-dominican border

    JIMANI, DR – 10 to 15 Dominicans are arrested and repatriated everyday on the border Haitian-Dominican in Jimani, by altering the dates of the visa provided by the Haitian authorities. The majority of these are truckers whose documents have expired, according to Laguerre Edwidge, inspector of immigration in Haiti.Ont the other hand, the Dominican authorities, according to Jose Perez, in charge of immigration at the border post, detect “large amounts” of false visas, sold to Haitians by networks of counterfeiters who are worth a “Finder” fee to defraud them.These are just two ways to enter both countries with illegal documents.However, not everyone who crosses illegally make it through by altering documents, but some of them choose to use the mountains or even the Lake Azuei or Enriquillo in extreme cases.According to their statements, they have the support of citizens of the two Nations.These situations were exposed during the workshop “New views of the Dominican-Haitian reality.” “More and better journalism”, sponsored by the Unesco Chair of communication, democracy and governance of the Pontificia Universidad Catolica Madre y Maestra (PUCMM) and held in the Fond Parisien and Jimani border towns.In fact, according to the priest, the majority of children are not crossing through the border points, but they are brought in boats across the Lake, since the Haitian authorities do not monitor traffic by the Lake Azuei.As a precautionary measure against the trafficking in human beings, the Haitian authorities call for parents to accompany their children when they travel, or provide those traveling with them with a notarized permission.

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    Acts of vengeance by the Haitians

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    Vengeance maybe but really with all the Haitians here its like the pot calling the kettle black ! Oh well it is what it is

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    Quote Originally Posted by rubio_higuey View Post
    Acts of vengeance by the Haitians

    Not necessarily, if these Dominicans were in Haitian territory without proper papers, then the Haitian authorities were well within their right to deport them. After all, isn't this what we doe to the illegal Haitians on this side of the Island?

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    Well,this is what I call even steven.Haitians are deporting Dominicans and vice versa and both
    within their own rights.

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    Quote Originally Posted by rubio_higuey View Post
    Acts of vengeance by the Haitians
    Let's hope they're not acts of vengeance,because if the DR were to retaliate there wouldn't be
    too many Haitians left in the DR.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Taino808 View Post
    Not necessarily, if these Dominicans were in Haitian territory without proper papers, then the Haitian authorities were well within their right to deport them. After all, isn't this what we doe to the illegal Haitians on this side of the Island?

    Nope! If the DR did as they do, there wouldn't be a single illegal Haitian in our territory!

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    Quote Originally Posted by bronzeallspice View Post
    Well,this is what I call even steven.Haitians are deporting Dominicans and vice versa and both
    within their own rights.
    Even Steven my rear. Every time we try to deport a Haitian we are viewed as racists and also get acused of human rights violations.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Mr_DR View Post
    Even Steven my rear. Every time we try to deport a Haitian we are viewed as racists and also get acused of human rights violations.
    Yes,I agree with you.But my point is that now the world will think differently because the Haitians are doing the
    same thing as we are.

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