dominican republic immigration

On his way to turn in papers to register as a foreign national, Renel says Dominican military officials robbed him at gunpoint -- an extreme example of the discrimination Haitian migrants say they face in this country.
“They grabbed us like as if they were criminals,” Renel said as he waited in a line that barely moved for 20 minutes. “They
A series of legal changes since 2004 have done away with birthright citizenship in the Dominican Republic. The new standard
“Amnesty International is an organization with private interests, directed by Mexicans who want to drag our country down
The Open Society Foundation estimated at the time that the ruling could affect as many as 200,000 people, though the Dominican