Presidency sends Foreigners Regularization bill to Congress
Santo Domingo.- Dominican Republic’s Presidency on Thursday submitted to the Chamber of Deputies the draft of the bill that seeks to regularize the status of foreigners living irregularly in the country.
Presidency Legal adviser Cesar Pina and Interior and Police minister José Ramón Fadul Both arrived in Congress just before 11am, received by Chamber of Deputies president Abel Martinez.
The officials are meeting behind closed doors and are expected to issue a statement on the bill, drafted after consultations with various sectors of society.
On Wednesday the Presidency announced that the Plan to Regularize Foreigners would be launched June 1.
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