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Quite a few immigrants from the Caribbean arrive on an islet west of Puerto Rico





Federal authorities confirmed to EFE that greater than 100 illegal immigrants, nearly all of whom were likely Haitians, arrived on Mona Island, a nature reserve to the west of Puerto Rico, on a ship on Tuesday. “We assume they’re from Haiti.” In keeping with Jeffrey Quinones, spokesman for the Customs and Border Protection Office (CBP) in Puerto Rico, there could also be Dominicans or other nationalities among the many group. On the aforementioned island, which is situated within the channel separating Puerto Rico from the Dominican Republic, the illegal immigrants arrived at Sardinera beach. The group consisted of 60 women, three of whom were pregnant, 38 men, three girls aged 5, 6, and 13, and two boys aged 6 and seven.

In keeping with the pinnacle of the organization, Anais Rodriguez Vega, the undocumented immigrants arrived on the islet where agents from the Department of Natural and Environmental Resources (DNER) Rangers Corps, attached to the character reserve, provided them with shelter. After the group arrived, the DNER Ranger Corps notified the US Coast Guard and CBP in Puerto Rico to rearrange for the transfer of the illegal immigrants to the CBP office in Aguadilla, which is situated to the northwest. The group is in good health, and the Ranger Corps and DNER personnel are taking good care of their emergency needs by giving them food and water. Similarly, Rodriguez said that the DNER has stepped up surveillance using the Ranger C “ps.”

Quinones, for his part, added that until the smugglers arrived at Mona Island, the emigrants had been transported by boat from somewhere within the eastern a part of the Dominican Republic.

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