: not at all. I have extended family
(dominican) in dominican republic and friends from Haiti
I just wanted to know if I get to a port, say Curaçao, Bonaire
, It can go normal since they are normal people. However, after some research
today: Bad news. T
hey can only stay 2 days in Bonaire
. To go out of DR, is like one month of waiting and fighting to get them enrolled as crew.
So, basically: Unfair for these people: neocolonial laws still applying around the world. We can enter, they can not. They are jailed in a corrupt island and cannot move from there.
To reply to these comment:
If they can't obtain a visa, they should be detained and deported, possibly after fine and imprisonment. And there will probably be actions taken against you, for bringing them in illegally.
What part of that doesn't seem usual and proper to you?
Everyone has restrictions on where they may go. Violate them at your own peril.
I will basically say that it does not seem proper to me, but each one has differnet views on how the world is and how it should be.