IMMIGRATION AGENCY READIES HI-TECH EYES TO WATCH HAITI BORDER
(Dominican Today) -
Santo Domingo - The Immigration Agency will implement a sophisticated automatic system called “Control in Real Time” along the border crossings with Haiti, to halt the illegal entry of Haitians and other foreigners to Dominican territory.
Immigration director Jose Taveras said the system will be operational within two weeks and will be able to control the entrance of any person who tries to enter the country illegally through any point at the border.
He said the National Police, the National Investigations Department and the Drugs Control Agency and other government security entities will be linked with Immigration and collect data on all citizens who enter and leave the country to and from Haiti. “That sophisticated automated system will reveal the essential data and with speed on who left and entered via those border crossings.”
Interviewed by listin.com.do in the Las Americas Airport, the official added that the system is already being installed and will be inaugurated in two weeks.