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- Oct 2015
At the heart of the situation is an often-overlooked distinction between undocumented foreign workers who were recruited by the Dominican state or by companies, and those who crossed the border illegally and lack a valid visa. While every government has a sovereign right to document and count its foreign workers, in this case the process fails to distinguish between different categories of migrants: the unlawful and the undocumented.
A look at the immigration/deportation conflict between the Dominican and Haiti, and the confusion many are undergoing, through personal stories.