Immigration : 14,782 Haitian immigrants deported from the Dominican Republic first 3 months of 2018

Dominican Authorities have been very busy deporting Haitians out of their country lately. The Dominican Republic has deported 14,782 Haitian immigrants during the first 3 months of 2018, according to news reports.

PHOTO: Child and Baby Deported at Midnight from the Dominican Republic to Haiti

Deportation of Haitians in the Dominican Republic is on the rise... Bus loads of Haitian immigrant keep arriving at the Haiti-Dominican Borders, official and non official borders, almost every day.

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Patrick Princivil says...

Konbyen Dominiken gouvènman Ayisyen an janm dépòté voyé tounen SEN Domeng?

Sak pi sal la, tank gouvènman Dominiken ap imilyé Ayisyen é dépòté yo, anpil ladan yo rétounen al sen Domeng ankò san papyé nan men

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John R says...

I think Haitians have to know. what it is to travel illegally in a foreign Country, what is this Immigration, you have to learn those in your Country before you decide to travel.

What is this: tourism, Visa, legal, Green card, citizen, TPS, what is great in those for you, how to stop the government from coming after you, How you can stay in without any problem with immigration, and you will be

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Bertha Rousso says...

We, Haitians need to go back to home so we can build our countries.

The Haitian are the backbone of the Dominicans.

They cannot build their countries without us. For this reason, the Haitian government must stabilize Haiti so our people can find reasons to live there in peace.

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