Immigration, Agribusiness work to legalize foreign farm workers
Santo Domingo.- Immigration Agency senior officials and Dominican Agribusiness Board (JAD) executives met Tuesday to resume the talks aimed at legalizing foreign workers in the national agro sector.
The talks form part of the agreement signed by both agencies in 2012, aimed at joint efforts to simplify the process to regularize the sector’s foreign manpower.
JAD, the biggest institution that groups Dominican Republic‘s entire agribusiness sector, would mediate to forge an agreement to make the process to legalize foreign laborers easier, cheaper and simpler for its members.
JAD Board of Directors chairman Pedro Brache headed the meeting attended by more than 40 sectors of the economy.
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