Presentation on theme: "PUBLIC AND MIGRATION MANAGEMENT POLICIES. PARTICIPATING AUTHORITIES Ministry of Interior & Police Migration Council General Migration Department."— Presentation transcript:
Norms & Regulations Law 285-04 (7 years for its application) Decree 613-11 (Regulation Application Law 285-04) Ruling 168-13 Migration Council (November 2011) Decree 327-13 (PNRE) Law 169-14, 520-14 Decree 250-14 Ruling No. 2556-14 Law 875 Bilateral Agreements of Reciprocal Implementation Authorization by the Executive Power Cards (Decree)
Decree 327-13 Foreigners under illegal immigration status, who entered the country prior to 10/28/2011 (MIP) Law 169-14, Decree 250-14, Law 520-14 Born in the D.R., children from foreign parents under illegal immigration status, not registered in the Civil Registration Book before April 2007 (MIP) Born in the D.R., children from parents under illegal immigration status, registered in the Civil Registration Book (JCE)
Decree 327-13: CONDITIONS FOR APPLICATION Illegal immigration condition Entry to Dominican soil prior to October 18th 2011 Identification documentation Time of residence in the Dominican Republic Links with Dominican society Labor and socioeconomic conditions Family core
Decree No. 227-13 OUTCOME FOR THE IMMIGRANT Obtain legal immigrant status Legal Resident Alien Card valid for 2-year term Immigrant Category Renewal at the General Migration Department (Dirección General de Migración)
Law which creates a special regime for persons born in Dominican soil, illegally registered in the Dominican Civil Registration and on Naturalization (Law169-14, Decree 250-14 and Law 520-14)
Law No. 169-14, Decree 250-14 and Law 520-14 A. Creates a special regime in benefit of children of foreign parents who are non-residents, born in Dominican soil in the period comprising June 19th 1929 to April 18th 2007, registered in the Dominican Civil Registration Books. B. Establishes a Registration of children born to foreign parents with illegal immigrant status, born in the Dominican Republic and not registered in the Civil Registration Book.
B) Born in the D.R., children from parents under illegal immigrant status not registered in the Civil Registration.
Conditions: 1- To have been born in Dominican soil prior to April 18th 2007 2- Submit one of the following: Proof of birth in a public hospital or private medical center, which states the name of the mother, gender of the child and date of birth. Act of notoriety signed by a notary public, and signed by seven witnesses, all of them working Dominicans who state the date and place of birth, as well the name of the child and names of the parents.
Sworn affidavit before notary public by the midwife who delivered the child, indicating the date and place of birth, as well as the name of the mother. Affidavit by notary public of Dominican family members in first or second degree who possess Dominican Republic national documentation.
Results: Registration in the Foreign Registration Book Obtain legal immigrant status Access to Dominican citizenship after two years of regularization Process: Ministry of Interior and Police (MIP) receives application MIP grants no objection to registration in the Central Electoral Board (Junta Central Electoral) Foreign Registration Book Foreigner receives legal immigrant status
A) Born in the D.R., children by parents with illegal immigrant status, registered in the Civil Registration Book - Dominican Citizen - Fraudulent registration, the Central Electoral Board (JCE) requests the courts to nullify the registration.
Planning and Implementation of the National Regularization Plan (PNRE) Phase I Creation of Implementation Unit Socialization of Plan, meetings with NGOs, International Organizations and the Diplomatic Corps. Creation of decision-making procedures and structures. Phase II Implementation and development of the National Regularization Plan
PNRE Structure Viceministry Migration and Citizenship Help Desk Analysis Unit Regularization Centers Regional Coordination and Supervision User Service Line *788 Executive Direction National Plan for Regularization of Foreigners
Regularization Centers 25 Regularization Centers 3 Mobile Units 468 employees
288,466 Registered applications in the National Plan for Regularization of Foreigners 8,755 Applications for registration in the Foreign Birth Registration Book