27 foreign nationals expelled from Chile to Colombia on FACH flight

27 foreign nationals expelled from Chile to Colombia on FACH flight

The government gave this information this Friday 27 people of Colombian nationality were deported from the country on the FACH flight.

plane Departed Santiago at 1:00 pm. Waited for hours and stopped in Iquique, took off for Bogota, Colombia at 4:30 pm.

Out of total, 20 were in line with judicial removals and 7 were administrative.

The touchstone of the government and the National Migration Service is Give priority to the deportation from Chile of foreigners who have committed crimes And those who have a criminal record.

in this matter, Of those expelled, 8 had records of intimidation and looting. 5 for drug trafficking, 2 for robbery with violence, 2 for carrying prohibited weapons, 1 for illegal association and money laundering, 1 for robbery in an inhabited place and 1 for illegally carrying firearms. 1 case has been registered.

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About those who were deported administrative words, 2 for entering the country through unauthorized route, 1 for drug smuggling, 1 for carrying edged weapons, robbery at a habitation and sudden robbery, 1 for not complying with orders to leave the country and 2 were expelled for having criminal records. In their country of origin.

This is the tenth charter flight that has departed carrying people expelled from the country.

By now in 2024, Migration Service P.D.I. together with 99 evictions came into effect: 52 administrative and 47 judicial.

“Deportees continue to leave our country by air and land,” said Luis Eduardo Thayer, director of immigration. As a service, we work together with PDI strengthen control of our borders And punish foreigners who commit crimes in our country to guarantee greater security for citizens.”

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