The US Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE) today deported Dominican Republic a group of 75 former Dominican prisoners, who served sentences in prisons of that nation accused of drug trafficking, homicides, money laundering and other federal crimes.
Now, with this figure, those deported by the United States Immigration and Customs Enforcement authorities rise to 807 Dominicans.
The deportees arrived in the country in an aircraft registration No. N397SW, of the airline Swift Air LLC, registered with flight No.3304, coming from AlexandriaUSA, via Port-au-Prince, Haiti, arrived at the Las Américas airport cargo terminal.
These repatriations of nationals who have criminal in the United States produced by agreement signed by the North American government and the Republic Dominican, established since 1910 and reaffirmed in 2014.
Upon arrival, the Dominicans were transferred in buses to the detention center deported located in the Vacacional de Haina, where they are investigated and purged to establish if they have pending issues before the local justice system.
Data statistics from the past 2021, in the midst of the pandemicthe United States government repatriated to the Dominican Republic 1,428 nationals who had previously served sentences in that country.
authorities of migration at the Las Américas airport estimate that more than 7,000 nationals are still in prison in prisons in cities in the United States, serving sentences accused of having committed various crimes.