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Jul 9, 2013

Three persons taken to court for being illegally in Belize

Esvely Ramos Castro

Time is also the mind of one of three foreign nationals. This morning, the three illegal immigrants were charged for separate offenses.  They have been identified as Honduran nationals twenty six year old Esvely Ramos Castro, whose permit expired in April and twenty four year old Jairo Anibal  Sanchez Banegas along with fifty- one year old Manuel Antonio, a Salvadoran national.  The first to be arraigned was the Honduran woman who wasted no time and pleaded guilty to the offense of Failing to Comply with a Visitor’s Permit.  Castro was fined one thousand dollars by Magistrate Leslie Hamilton. But after paying the fine she was unable to go free as she has to settle another fine owed to the Immigration Department. But the good news for her is that after she pays up, the Immigration Department will be legalizing her status. Morales and Banegas were deemed prohibited immigrants and a removal order was issued by the court for their expulsion. They remain in custody at the Belize Central Prison; both agreed they entered illegally into the country. The Honduran woman was detained in a vehicle at mile four on the Phillip Goldson Highway, while Banegas and Morales were picked up by police last Friday, July fifth, at a local park in the city.

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4 Responses for “Three persons taken to court for being illegally in Belize”

  1. Rod says:

    Why is it that in the past 5yrs their has been not one black illegal sent back home why why ill tell you why this pm and gov. Are big bigots racist who only deport Spanish not one African Jamaican or any other black has ever been deported from this country every week they catch Spanish illegals but they can’t seem to catch not one black in 5 years.

  2. venus says:

    A cover up to show the U S Belize is doing something in order to continue collecting U S aid. The truth of the matter is more are coming in than we are deporting.The government is encouraging them because they are potential votes in exchange for citizenship come next election.

  3. Initiate says:

    Hope Eslvely is as pretty in the inside as she is on the outside!!

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