Haitian illegals in the Bahamas have until 31 December 2017 to go back to Haiti or face deportations

For Haitians immigrants in the Bahamas, there is no such thing as TPS... Haitian illegals in the Bahamas have until 31 December 2017 to go back to Haiti or face deportations, according to Haiti radio news report Friday.

PHOTO: Bahamas Immigration officers deporting Haitian illegal immigrants

We dug further and discovered that Bahamas Prime Minister Hubert Minnis announced to parliament in early October that all illegal migrants in the country, regardless of their nationality, have until 31 December 2017 to return voluntarily to their country of origin.

After this deadline, the Bahamian Prime Minister said, these illegal immigrants will be pursued and immediately arrested and expelled from The Bahamas.

When you take into account that nearly half of the 80+ thousand Haitians living in the Bahamas are living there illegally, we are about to witness a mass deportation of Haitians from the Bahamas back to Haiti.

What do you think about that?

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Sidney Dorsett I think the laws of Haiti must be respected should I enter Haiti. Similarly, the laws of the Bahamas should be respected by Haitians and all other... see more
Reply · January 14 at 11:35 AM
Paul Dja A mon avis, les questions idoines (the genuine questions) à se poser sont, - en plus de se les poser uniquement en se demandant quoi en penser... see more
Reply · December 15 at 9:58 AM
Immigration Haiti Bahamas Pour les Haïtiens immigrés aux Bahamas, il n'y a pas de TPS... Les Haïtiens illégaux aux Bahamas ont jusqu'au 31 décembre... see more
Reply · December 15 at 7:25 AM

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